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Ethiopian Coffee

The Ethiopian government and the European Union have officially embarked on a €15 million (approximately $16.5 million USD), five-year program designed to boost the Ethiopian coffee sector. The program, called…

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misty rainforest jungle

I spend a lot of time trying to understand how the coffee sustainability sector, which I know firsthand is full of smart, ambitious, well-intentioned people, so often falls short of…

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green coffee drying

Historically low C prices, climate change, political volatility, crippling social disparities and a host of other issues have given the global coffee sector plenty of reasons for legitimate concern. But…

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Investing_In_Youth

Youth engagement in coffee farming and production has been a hot topic in coffee circles in recent years, as mounting evidence suggests that young adults are leaving rural coffeelands, often…

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Beyond_Coffee_Beyco

In a strongly worded letter to the coffee industry at large this past summer, coffee leaders in Colombia and Brazil made a remarkably interesting suggestion regarding the responsibilities of nonprofit organizations:…

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Global Coffee Platform Kenya

Numerous stakeholders from the Kenyan coffee sector and the international development field have come together to form the Global Coffee Platform for Kenya, designed as a collaborative pre-competitive initiative to…

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coffee seedling sustainability

I find myself presenting the Neumann Foundation’s long-term sustainability approach to the coffee industry on a regular basis. I want to get companies more involved and develop a better understanding…

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coffee seedlings

I regularly find myself in discussions with partners on “overhead” when planning coffee sustainability projects. It’s an important conversation, but it often starts with a fundamental mistake — we assume projects with…

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coffee plant sustainability

I am an eternal optimist. You have to be in this line of work — protecting the future of coffee is tireless work, and it can feel like once we’ve…

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Photo via Technoserve Coffee Initiative website, Nile Sprague

Along with fundraising, one of the most difficult challenges in international development work relates to the endurance of what gets accomplished. In the coffee sector, there are countless examples over the past…

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