Founding Year: 1994

Staff: 18

Budget: $ 4.11m

Nina Smith (CEO)

A member organization of the ISEAL Alliance, which works to “stop child labor in global supply chains.” With over “170 brand partners and 25% of international market share, GoodWeave has transformed South Asia’s handmade carpet sector through its market-based model, where child labor has dropped from one million victims in 1995 to an estimated 200,000 today.” The GoodWeave® label provides an “assurance to consumers that no one was exploited in the production of goods and that a percentage of the purchase supports child rescue, remediation and prevention programs.”




GoodWeave contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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