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Collaborative coffee training project to help empower refugees in Jordan

MILAN — Jordan is an Arab country that has always been a welcoming icona for millions of refugees fleeing from the Middle Eastern war...

Belgian government and chocolate sector to work together to improve sustainability

Belgian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo, together with the Belgian chocolate sector and NGO’s, wants to push forward...

2018 SCA Sustainability Award winners announced at Re:co Symposium

The 2018 SCA Sustainability Award winners, Manos al Agua and Twin UK, were recognized on the Re:co Symposium stage this Thursday, April 19th. The awards,...

Colombian city of Medellín to host 1st World Coffee Producers Forum

BOGOTA, Colombia - As one of the most important events of the coffee industry next year, Colombia will host, from July 10 to 12,...

AVPA celebrates it’s 15 years Anniversary

AVPA (Agency for the Valorization of Agricultural Products) emerged from the self-evident: help producers who do great work however are inadequately recognized. Distinguished in each...

Ethiopia: Coffee growers earn a better price, protect the environment

Berhanu Beyene, a soft spoken 45-year old coffee grower in Werka, Yirgacheffe, says what is good for the environment is also good for business....

UTZ – New members appointed to the Supervisory Board

The UTZ Supervisory Board, a multi-stakeholder body which consists of members representing producers, the supply chain (including brands, processors, trade, and retailers), civil society/non-governmental...

HIVOS – Coffee and climate: industry and NGOs meet

Climate change puts coffee production under great strain: development organisations, private sector and certifiers are now feeling the urgent need to increase their collaboration....

CLIMATE CHANGE – NGOs urge world’s top 10 coffee roasters to increase supply sustainability

Coffee cultivation is under threat in regions that are most vulnerable to climate change. In countries as diverse as Brazil, Honduras, Uganda and Vietnam,...

YEMEN – REACH releases preliminary report on coffee production in Raymah Governorate

REACH conducted an assessment in Raymah governorate in Yemen, between January and April 2014, as part of the project led by ACTED and funded...

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