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Farmworkers Association of Florida, Inc.

 
     
 
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FLORIDA
  Farmworkers Association of Florida, Inc.
  Florida A&M University
  Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services
  University of Florida

Program Description
FWAF is a membership organization of more than 6,330 farmworker families from predominantly Mexican, Haitian, African American, Guatemalan and Salvadorian communities. The goal is to build a strong multi-racial economically viable organization of farmworkers in Florida, empowering farmworkers to respond to, and gain control over the social, political, economic and workplace issues that affect their lives.
Since the early 1990s, FWAF has addressed pesticides, field sanitation, and other health and safety issues, educating and training members to learn their rights, secure passage of Florida's Rights-to-Know law to protect farmworkers, file violation complaints advocate better government enforcement and participate in a study on the effects of pesticides on farmworkers.

Contact
Tirso Moreno
815 S. Park Ave.
Apopka, FL 32703.
Phone:(407) 886-5151
Fax: (407) 884-6644

 
     
 
 
     



     
 
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