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Government of Nepal, World Bank sign $80m project to strengthen coffee, tea sectors

KATHMANDU, Nepal – The Government of Nepal and the World Bank signed a $80 million (around NPR 9.3 billion) million project today to bolster...

World Bank launches $40m project in Papua New Guinea involving the coffee sector

WASHINGTON, D.C., U.S. – The World Bank ’s Board of Executive Directors today approved three new projects totalling over US$100 million for Papua New...

Kenya receives $14m from World Bank to boost specialty coffee, improve marketing

MILAN – Kenya ’s coffee sector has received close to $14 million from World Bank, aimed at enhancing the production of specialty coffee and...

Urgent actions needed to modernize the cocoa sector in Côte d’Ivoire

WASHINGTON, U.S. — The Ivorian economy has remained buoyant since the start of the year, posting one of the fastest growth rates in Africa....

Watchdog urges World Bank and Tata Group to address safety concerns

GUWAHATI, India  — The World Bank’s independent watchdog, the Compliance Advisor Ombudsman (CAO), has released a monitoring report finding that the World Bank has...

InterCafé Burundi to organize a 5 day Coffee Tour to Burundi in June

MONTREAL, Canada – InterCafé Burundi supported by the World Bank asked TGEP Inc. is organizing a visit next month to rediscover and appreciate the development and the quality of Café du Burundi.

Burundi coffee growers gain insights from high resolution satellite imagery

Earth-i has teamed up with WeatherSafe to support the coffee farmers of Burundi through Earth-i’s ACCORD program. ACCORD combines very high resolution satellite imagery with crop analysis to provide stakeholders with critical insights on key coffee farming decisions to improve crop quality , thereby supporting sustainable growth ...

Report from the World Bank sees balanced Arabica market, Robusta deficit

MILAN – Coffee, tea and cocoa prices could fall by more than six per cent this year due to greater supply, according to the latest Commodity Markets Outlook from the World Bank. Agricultural raw materials production is expected to rise by four per cent. The report is also forecasting higher prices for industrial commodities, principally energy ...

World Bank to revive the coffee industry in Kalinga, Philippines

CITY OF TABUK, Kalinga, The Philippines - The two multi-million farm-to-market road projects funded by the World Bank under the Philippine Rural Development Project...

African coffee farmers combat climate change

Ethiopia is known as the birthplace of coffee, and wild coffea arabica trees are common in Oromia, the nation’s largest and most forested regional...

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