This project has developed models and methods for drawing up and implementing codes of practice in ways that benefit poor people.It has made a significant contribution towards making the content and implementation of existing codes more sensitive to the priorities and constraints of developing country stakeholders. This has been demonstrated by uptake of Project findings by those developing and implementing codes, including national trade associations in Ghana and Zimbabwe and other African trade associations who are members of the COLEACP Harmonised Framework initiative, the UK Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI), and importers.
Man-Kwun Chan. Development of tools for ethical trading of horticultural exports by resource poor groups - Phase 2. Project Evaluation Report. Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich, UK (2001) 34 pp.