CottonConnect Impact

By 2015 we aim to increase the land under more sustainable cotton cultivation practices by:

CottonConnect Impact

By 2015 we aim to aid the supply chain in the production of more sustainable fibre for: 

500,000 GARMENTS

CottonConnect Impact

By 2015 we aim to positively affect the lives and livelihoods of more than:

500,000  FARMERS 

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Latest news

  • CottonConnect China win 2014 Stories from the Field competition

    “As long as you are here, I don’t face any challenges.” These are the words of Reheman Yibulayin, a BCI Farmer working with BCI Implementing Partner CottonConnect in China. His story about reducing input costs and improved yields is the winner of our annual Stories from the Field competition for Implementing Partners.  Read more.

  • More Crop Per Drop - Water Report on the Cotton Industry

    As World Water Week kicks off in Stockholm, 31st August to 5th September 2014, CottonConnect warns that more support is needed for smallholder cotton farmers as they grapple with the effects of water scarcity, which could put the global cotton industry at serious risk. 'More Crop Per Drop - Water Report on the Cotton Industry' focus on working with smallholder farmers to increase yield and maximise water efficiency. Read more.

  • April 2014 - Time for Action on Organic Cotton

    Industry leaders from the Indian organic cotton sector agreed it was ‘time for action’ when they met for an inaugural Organic Cotton Roundtable in Indore on 19-20 March.  Read more.

'By establishing CottonConnect the partnership is creating something which will have a beneficial effect on thousands of farmers and their families, whilst increasing the possibility for further scale by offering the benefit of our experience to other retailers and brands'

Philip Chamberlain
Head of Sustainable Business Development at C&A