Downloadables from FairTrade SIFTE3

This is one of the questions raised in the 3rd Summer Institute for Fair Trade Economics (SIFTE3) in IIRR in Cavite held last May 25-27. SIFTE3 was well attended by various student leaders from the different campuses here in the metropolis. This activity was spearheaded by the Youth Advocates for Economic Progress, mosly made up of Fair Trade Alliance (FairTrade) interns from the University of Santo Tomas and San Beda College.

Here are the modules of SIFTE3 for download:

To browse pictures of the SIFTE3, click here.

FairTrade SIFTE3 on May 25 to 27
FairTrade SIFTE3 program


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