SHEA BUTTER FROM MALI

Together with Haus der Hoffnung e.V. and with the support of the German federal government via SEQUA, we set up a shea butter production facility in Mali in 2011. We also built our own laboratory and a training center there. With the project, we ensured a reliable source of income, an education and fixed supply contract for the families living there. Alongside product-related courses such as hygiene, health, an anti-AIDS campaign, certification and quality assurance, a literacy campaign took place in eight villages. Unfortunately, the project had to be terminated due to the conflicts in Mali because on-site project supervision is not possible due to travel warnings. However, the women there learned to cultivate organic vegetables and sell them at markets. They also received health training on a regular basis. We remain in contact with the village community and Haus der Hoffnung and product a body cream for the organization. The proceeds from its sale are being collected for a girls’ center.

SHEA BUTTER FROM MALI

Together with Haus der Hoffnung e.V. and with the support of the German federal government via SEQUA, we set up a shea butter production facility in Mali in 2011. We also built our own laboratory and a training center there. With the project, we ensured a reliable source of income, an education and fixed supply contract for the families living there. Alongside product-related courses such as hygiene, health, an anti-AIDS campaign, certification and quality assurance, a literacy campaign took place in eight villages. Unfortunately, the project had to be terminated due to the conflicts in Mali because on-site project supervision is not possible due to travel warnings. However, the women there learned to cultivate organic vegetables and sell them at markets. They also received health training on a regular basis. We remain in contact with the village community and Haus der Hoffnung and product a body cream for the organization. The proceeds from its sale are being collected for a girls’ center.

SHEA BUTTER FROM MALI

Together with Haus der Hoffnung e.V. and with the support of the German federal government via SEQUA, we set up a shea butter production facility in Mali in 2011. We also built our own laboratory and a training center there. With the project, we ensured a reliable source of income, an education and fixed supply contract for the families living there. Alongside product-related courses such as hygiene, health, an anti-AIDS campaign, certification and quality assurance, a literacy campaign took place in eight villages. Unfortunately, the project had to be terminated due to the conflicts in Mali because on-site project supervision is not possible due to travel warnings. However, the women there learned to cultivate organic vegetables and sell them at markets. They also received health training on a regular basis. We remain in contact with the village community and Haus der Hoffnung and product a body cream for the organization. The proceeds from its sale are being collected for a girls’ center.

ROSES, NOT OPIUM

In the Iranian province Kerman, high-quality Damascene roses were cultivated in organic quality at an altitude of 2,500 meters. The special feature: The fields were formerly used for growing opium poppies. We supported the Roses, not Opium initiative, which has made a new livelihood possible for between 600 and 1,500 farmers, for many years. Thanks to fixed supplier contracts, they and their families received a secure income. The profits also went toward financing three orphanages and a house for women. The project had to shut down due to the embargo in Iran.

ROSES, NOT OPIUM

In the Iranian province Kerman, high-quality Damascene roses were cultivated in organic quality at an altitude of 2,500 meters. The special feature: The fields were formerly used for growing opium poppies. We supported the Roses, not Opium initiative, which has made a new livelihood possible for between 600 and 1,500 farmers, for many years. Thanks to fixed supplier contracts, they and their families received a secure income. The profits also went toward financing three orphanages and a house for women. The project had to shut down due to the embargo in Iran.

ROSES, NOT OPIUM

In the Iranian province Kerman, high-quality Damascene roses were cultivated in organic quality at an altitude of 2,500 meters. The special feature: The fields were formerly used for growing opium poppies. We supported the Roses, not Opium initiative, which has made a new livelihood possible for between 600 and 1,500 farmers, for many years. Thanks to fixed supplier contracts, they and their families received a secure income. The profits also went toward financing three orphanages and a house for women. The project had to shut down due to the embargo in Iran.

ORGANIC ALOE VERA FROM MEXICO

Organic aloe vera is used in many of our products. As part of the project by Florida Food Productions, we assured Mexican farmers a fair, reliable livelihood and supported their continuing education. The project received the “Fair for Life” certificate, meaning that the raw materials we used underwent continuous inspection. It ensured compliance with rigorous social, fair trade and environmental standards. Due to the drug cartels, we did not have the opportunity to visit and supervise the project on site. We now procure our organic aloe vera from a social and ecological project in Guatemala.

ANNEMARIE BÖRLIND Abgeschlossenes soziales und ökologisches Projekt in Mexiko

ORGANIC ALOE VERA FROM MEXICO

Organic aloe vera is used in many of our products. As part of the project by Florida Food Productions, we assured Mexican farmers a fair, reliable livelihood and supported their continuing education. The project received the “Fair for Life” certificate, meaning that the raw materials we used underwent continuous inspection. It ensured compliance with rigorous social, fair trade and environmental standards. Due to the drug cartels, we did not have the opportunity to visit and supervise the project on site. We now procure our organic aloe vera from a social and ecological project in Guatemala.

ANNEMARIE BÖRLIND Abgeschlossenes soziales und ökologisches Projekt in Mexiko

ORGANIC ALOE VERA FROM MEXICO

Organic aloe vera is used in many of our products. As part of the project by Florida Food Productions, we assured Mexican farmers a fair, reliable livelihood and supported their continuing education. The project received the “Fair for Life” certificate, meaning that the raw materials we used underwent continuous inspection. It ensured compliance with rigorous social, fair trade and environmental standards. Due to the drug cartels, we did not have the opportunity to visit and supervise the project on site. We now procure our organic aloe vera from a social and ecological project in Guatemala.

ANNEMARIE BÖRLIND Abgeschlossenes soziales und ökologisches Projekt in Mexiko

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ANNEMARIE BÖRLIND stands for cosmetics with proven efficacy, which we develop from singular raw materials through innovative sustainable action.

 

  • With plant Extracts
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  • Own deep spring water
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  • Free of animal extracts
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