Within the Coordinadora Nacional de Comercio Justo de Perú (CNCJ), 61,500 members from different production chains join forces, united by fair trade: bananas, coffee, cocoa, etc.
In 2015, the CNCJ made strongest progress in its service provision. Reason: the organisation conducted a solid needs analysis among members and their companies. CNCJ is also better capable of managing its available resources in a professional manner.
The regression in terms of diversity is less positive: women and youths feel insufficiently involved in the decision-making, just like the poorest farming families. With regard to lobbying and advocacy, the CNCJ insufficiently translated the problem analysis that was conducted into concrete recommendations and proposals. In the years ahead, the organisation must also make efforts to strengthen its relationships with the government and other stakeholders.