Anahi Santoyo is a senior student at Northeastern University majoring in International Affairs and minoring in Social Entrepreneurship and Business Administration. As a native from Mexico City, she encountered various poverty issues and became interested in finding solutions for social justice. Anahi has a wide range of fieldwork experience in countries such as Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, South Africa, and Zambia.

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Three years ago I was studying the fair trade movement in northern Nicaragua and the impact it was having on small-scale coffee farmers. Contrary to what most consumers think, fair trade doesn’t necessarily improve coffee farmers’ livelihoods. Despite the increased income they received, I was shocked by their continuing lack of …

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