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We believe that small amounts of targeted money can make a huge difference in the lives of people in rural West Africa. The African Fair Trade Society uses the profits of our Shea Butter sales to invest back into the education and health care of rural villages. Also by providing employment for communities we are giving people a means to provide for their families and not become reliant on government or foreign assistance.



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The African Fair Trade Society imports Shea Butter from Dakateli, Senegal and Ghana Once in British Columbia, Canada the Shea Butter is then used to produce soap, shampoo, and skin lotion. These products are packaged, and then marketed throughout British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba,Ontario and Saskatchewan via trade shows, the internet, and local community programs.

Our products are produced in an environmentally sensitive manner without being tested on animals. All of our products are cold pressed with no chemicals, filters or mineral oil added.

The African Fair Trade Society – a Shea Butter Company uses the profits of our Shea Butter sales to establish a channel of micro-aid to small, impoverished communities in Western Africa. We distribute money and resources without patronage or privilege towards any sector or group within the village. We target funds towards those most in need without bias. Our goal is to invest in the Health and Education infrastructure of rural villages in West Africa. Currently we are working closely with the village of Dakateli in south eastern Senegal. The following is a break down of our main objectives: