Nos estamos convirtiendo en una organización que promueve el aprendizaje.

Conoce las lecciones que hemos aprendido de nuestras iniciativas y el progreso año con año de nuestro trabajo.

Derechos de los trabajadores

La iniciativa piloto de dos años de GoodWeave se diseñó para establecer un nuevo sistema de suministro, que con el tiempo aumentará la visibilidad de la cadena de suministro y ofrecerá mejores condiciones laborales a las personas que trabajan desde su hogar

Derechos laborales

Dotar a los trabajadores de las facultades necesarias para negociar, llegar a acuerdos y reclamar sus derechos en casa y en el lugar de trabajo, a fin de mejorar las condiciones laborales.

Materias primas sustentables

Incrementar el cultivo local de algodón orgánico en China y afianzar relaciones con actores clave para consolidar la demanda de algodón orgánico.

Equiception, Turquía

El objetivo es mejorar las condiciones de trabajo de los refugiados sirios y de otras nacionalidades en el sector de la confección de ropa en Turquía, mediante el uso de tecnologías de seguimiento en medios sociales.

Caritas, Bangladesh

En enero de 2015, Fundación C&A y la Fundación Li & Fung crearon un fondo de previsión conjunto, el Fondo de Asistencia a Hijos de Víctimas de la Fábrica de Tazreen (TCWF), destinado a prestar apoyo económico para cubrir las necesidades básicas de los 89 hijos de trabajadores fallecidos o desaparecidos en el siniestro ocurrido en 2012 en la fábrica textil de Tazreen en Bangladés

Evaluación externa final del Proyecto Multinacional de Algodón Sustentable implementado por CottonConnect en China, India y Pakistán

Fundación C&A ha financiado el Proyecto Multinacional de Algodón Sustentable, puesto en marcha por CottonConnect y los aliados locales que participaron en su implementación en China, India y Pakistán con el objetivo general de impulsar el uso de algodón sustentable.

Better Mills Initiative

A recent evaluation of the Better Mills Initiative in China reveal that brands, mills and sector associations agree the initiative was important, given the tightened environmental laws and the value of addressing environmental risks. A narrow scope, clear performance measures and targets and a strategic approach is vital to the success of such an initiative.

C&A Store Giving Programme

The Store Giving Programme (SGP) was established in 2006 and is active in 21 countries across Europe where C&A operates retail stores. The SGP is implemented by C&A, and funded and administratively supported by C&A Foundation since 2011. The SGP operated without a formal strategy or set of guidelines since 2006.

Center for Effective Philanthropy analysis and benchmark

Three years after the launch of the global C&A Foundation, we have taken a step back to reflect on the progress we've made, the challenges we've faced, and the lessons that will help us be more effective. At the end of 2016, we commissioned the Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) to carry out our first “Grantee Perception Survey". The survey collected feedback from around 47 of our partners, highlighting both the positive aspects of working with C&A Foundation as well as areas for improvement and in some cases, significantly improve.

Yo Quiero, Yo Puedo, Mexico

The Yo Quiero, Yo Puedo (YQYP) initiative was funded by Fundacion C&A, Mexico and implemented by the Mexican Institute for Family and Population Research (Yo Quiero Yo Puedo - IMIFAP). It aimed to empower more than 2,500 employees (workers and mid-level supervisors) within Mexican apparel factories between 2014 and 2016. The objective was to 'promote the integral wellbeing of the workers in the textile industry in order to improve productivity and to favour the guidelines of codes of conduct of international companies attached to the principles of the Global Pact 2020.' This independent evaluation took place at the end of 2016.

C&A Foundation Networks and Alliances (NAP) Programme, Brazil

Phase Two of the Network and Alliances Programme (NAP) introduced by Instituto C&A Brazil supported eight networks for three years (2013-2015). The objective was to 'promote the cooperation, convergence and multiplication of efforts between organisations and people to help children and adolescents in Brazil, especially related to education.' The independent evaluation took place in the second half of 2016.

C&A Foundation Employee Volunteering Programme (EVP), Brazil

The Employee Volunteering Programme (EVP) has been run by Instituto C&A and C&A Brazil since 1991. It engages around 2,500 C&A employees in almost 300 business units, in 120 cities, across 25 of the 26 Brazilian states. The EVP partners with community-based child education organisations to: 'train the volunteer employees of C&A to participate as citizens in the education of children and adolescents, in all communities where the company is present'.

From Boycott to Boom? A Socio-Environmental Map of Myanmar’s Garment Industry in 2016

The C&A Foundation commissioned Impactt – a consultancy specialising in ethical trade, human rights, and labour standards – to look at the socio-environmental impact of the dramatic growth of Myanmar's garment industry.

Reduction of Child Labour

Reduction of Worst Forms of Child Labour in Textile Supply Chains (ROWCL) was implemented from October 2011 to June 2015 in four districts of Tamil Nadu, India.

Clean Cotton

Clean Cotton (Without Child Labour and Exploitation) [CCWCLE] was initiated in September 2011 in the Indian state of Gujarat, for a period of three years and covering 25 villages.