Comic Relief has developed this project with the help of many individuals and organisations who contributed their time and information. The aim of the site, DVD and photo pack is to increase young people's understanding of Fairtrade, and the action they can take as consumers and global citizens to make the world a better place. The project has funding from the Department for International Development (DfID).
Who are the other partners?
Trading Visions: an educational charity aiming to promote social and economic justice for cocoa farmers and other small-scale commodity producers.
Divine Chocolate: the UK's leading Fairtrade chocolate company, part-owned by Kuapa Kokoo who grow the beans for Divine chocolate and Dubble chocolate, with added Comic Relief.
Kuapa Kokoo: a co-operative of more than 45,000 cocoa farmers in Ghana, working to improve lives of its members by paying a fair price, providing training and access to market information and funding community projects through the Social Premium generated from Fairtrade.
Roll the credits
Consultancy, editorial, design & build: SeeThinkDo, Iseva
Curriculum links supplied by: Ben Hartshorn
Original lesson plans: Many of the lesson plans on this site are based on original Pa Pa Paa! lesson plans written by Katie Duckworth.
Photos: Photos by: Kim Naylor, Harrunah Attah, Gary Moyes, Charles Hewitt, Comic Relief and Divine Chocolate
A big thank you to…
Izzy Boggild-Jones and the staff and students of Thomas Adams School
The staff and students of St Benedict’s College
The staff and students of Whitby High School
The members of the Young Co-operatives project
Ron Naylor and the students of Forefield Junior School
Hazel Marshall and the students of Derby High School for Girls
Mark Yelland and the students of The Nautical School, London
Jane Hammond and the students of The Nautical School, London
Scott Garrity and the students of Tarporley Community & High School
Michael Hunter and the students of South Gosforth First School
Charles Moore and the students of Belfast High School
Sarah Harland and the students of St Peter’s C. of E. Primary School
Michelle Horobin and the students of Whifield Valley Primary School
...and to the thousands of teachers who ordered the original print teaching packs and put Pa Pa Paa! into their lessons.