CRIB Tea Challenge Round 4: Challenges Faced By Children

Join The Centre for Child Rights and Business, in collaboration with Save the Children and UNICEF, in Round 4 of our Child Rights in Business (CRIB) Challenge, exclusively for tea companies based in Sri Lanka! 


This time, the focus of the CRIB challenge is to empower tea estate plantation companies to address specific issues or challenges faced by children of their workforce in estates or factories. We believe in your innovative ideas and are ready to provide support in the form of funds (ranging from LKR 500,000 to LKR 1 million) and/or technical expertise.


But that's not all! Other members of the CRIB Tea portal who are passionate about supporting these initiatives can express their interest, and we'll facilitate discussions with interested stakeholders.


If you're a tea estate manager eager to make a difference, here's how to get started:


1.     Visit the CRIB online portal on the Mother and Child Friendly Seal for Responsible Business website.

2.     Create your profile on the CRIB Tea portal.

3.     Upload your concept note under the collaboration space.


For more information on the Mother and Child Friendly Seal for Responsible Business Initiative, please visit 


Important Dates:


·      Concept notes can be submitted under various categories.

·      The proposed initiative's implementation should be between October 2023 and June 2024.

·      Your company must commit to at least a 50% financial contribution and invest in human resources for the initiative.

Published on   11/09/2023
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