• Fair Warung Bale

    Ubud
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    Fair Warung Bale is a restaurant that supports the clinic downstairs, providing free healthcare to those in need. One meal from their restaurant pays for two free medical consultations. The Fair Warung Bale is a place to welcome and to connect people together, “break” the isolation of some and find solutions to the problems of everyday life. This is the “sociability” objective of this project.
  • FairMail

    Huachaco, Peru
    Categories: artwork & crafts, photography, tour operator, ecotourism
    FairMail organizes two-week photography trips to hardly visited destinations in Peru. Tourists get to travel with the locals and share the fun of taking pictures along the way. They also sell a number of products featuring their photos online.
  • Feynan Ecolodge

    Wadi Feyan, Jordan
    Categories: ecotourism, homestay, hotel/guesthouse
    A gorgeous eco-lodge in the heart of the Dana Biosphere Reserve, surrounded with mountains and steeped in beauty. This location offers travelers a chance to experience authentic Bedouin hospitality in a respectful way. The lodge is completely solar-powered and offers guests the opportunity to take a low-impact hike in the surrounding area, and finish the day sipping sweet tea with local Bedouin.
  • Folkcharm Journey

    Loei, Thailand
    Categories: ecotourism, artwork & crafts, homestay
    FolkCharm works with local farmers and artisans in Thailand to create unique pieces of carefully crafted products. The organization offers truly unique two- and three-day tours to learn cotton-weaving from the ground up. See and try for yourself the process from cotton farm to textile, enjoy local home-cooked meals, sightsee on the back of a motorbike in the mountains, and enjoy a firsthand look at rural life in Thailand.
  • Fragrant Path

    Dai Lai, Soc Son, Vietnam
    Categories: retreat
    Fragrant Path is the farm that provides Maison De Tet Cafe in Hanoi with all its delicious fresh products. It is also a retreat comprised of traditional Vietnamese houses located near a lake in the woods outside of Hanoi.
  • Freebird Cafe

    Chiang Mai, Thailand
    Categories: clothing shop, restaurant/cafe, coffee shop
    Free Bird Cafe is charity cafe established to support the work of Thai Freedom House, a language and arts community learning center for indigenous people and refugees.
  • Friends the Restaurant

    Phnom Penh
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    Friends the Restaurant is famous not only in Phnom Penh but across the world. Over 10 years in operation, this vibrant and colourful training restaurant has become a must-visit place on any trip to the Cambodian capital. Located near the National Museum, it is famous for its legendary frozen shakes and daiquiris and its delicious blend of Asian and Western style tapas.
  • FXB Myanmar

    Yangon, Myanmar
    Categories: souvenirs, artwork & crafts
    FXB Myanmar is a souvenir shop in Yangon that uses proceeds to support health, education, vocational training, and income generating activities for vulnerable people in Myanmar. The showroom sells colorful and well-crafted tapestries, curtain, furniture, clothes and toys, made by 40 people holding a FXB training diploma. The profits are used for their salaries, to buy raw materials, and to provide a small allowance to FXB’s apprentices.
  • Genevieve's Fair Trade Village

    Siem Reap, Cambodia
    Categories: artwork & crafts, clothing shop
    Genevieve's Fair Trade Village is a fair trade marketplace for artisans and craftspeople with disabilities to sell their products. This social enterprise is focused on creating a fair trade environment that benefits artisans and craftspeople with disabilities. The market showcases a range of handicrafts made by local producers, helping them to rise out of poverty and become self sustainable.
  • Green Hill Valley Elephant Camp

    Kalaw, Myanmar
    Categories: animal sanctuary, ecotourism, tour operator
    Located 45 minutes outside of Kalaw, this small operation is both locally-owned and run by a family dedicated to rescuing elephants from the logging industry, as well as countering the negative effects of logging with reforestation projects. Travelers can spend a day at the camp helping feed and bathe the elephants, as well as enjoy a large buffet lunch and the chance to learn more about the social enterprise's mission.