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Published on Tuesday, 30 August 2016

CmiA publishes tenth anniversary report

Written by John Mowbray


HAMBURG – Cotton made in Africa (CmiA), an initiative of the Aid by Trade Foundation (AbTF), has launched its tenth anniversary annual report. The report notes the growing momentum of the CmiA initiative, with 30 textile companies and brands together paying more than €1,000,000 as license fees in order to be supplied with CmiA cotton in 2015. Revenues from partnership contributions also went up due to the growing worldwide network of CmiA partners. This money is used to finance the work of CmiA in the project regions.


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