Malawi Tea 2020

Revitalisation programme towards living wage

The Malawi Tea 2020 partnership brings together the organisations who can deliver the change to achieve a competitive and profitable Malawian tea industry. A sustainable industry must enable workers to earn a living wage and smallholders to earn a living income.

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News

  • October 9, 2018

    Tea supply chain collaboration continues to show progress

    Through efforts of the Malawi Tea 2020 programme, wages of tea workers have increased. The net living wage gap closed with 25%. This means that tea workers on tea plantations…

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    Tea supply chain collaboration continues to show progress
  • December 20, 2017

    Equali-Tea: gender policy launched

    The Tea Association of Malawi (TAML) Gender Equality, Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Policy was launched on the 9th of December. The launch was preceded by a 2 km march on…

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    Equali-Tea: gender policy launched
  • December 1, 2017

    Latest Wages Committee Progress Report is now available

    The Wages Committee Progress Report for 2017 is now available. It details the achievements of the living wage work carried out in the Malawian tea sector. It also¬†indicates the gap…

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    Latest Wages Committee Progress Report is now available

The third Annual Progress Meeting took place early October in Malawi. Want to read more on how Malawi Tea 2020 works to achieve a living wage?

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