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Gender & Pemuda

Globally, developed and developing countries stand to gain by supporting gender equity. A 2014 report by McKinsey calculates that if men and women were to play identical roles in the labor markets, global GDP would increase by 26 percent by 2025. What would that would mean for the coffee sector? How can we create a value chain that eliminates gender inequalities and creates benefits for all those involved? What would it take to catalyze action around gender equity?

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Support for Preparation of a National Coffee Se...

Jum, 05/05/2017 - 16:15

Support for Preparation of a National Coffee Sector Development Plan for Timor-Leste Technical Assistance Special Fund

Strengthening the smallholder Robusta sector in...

Sen, 09/11/2017 - 14:41

This project aims to improve the profitability, through improved productivity and efficiency of coffee production and to develop strong, accountabl

RTC Agribusiness Training Program

Sen, 09/11/2017 - 14:41

The RTC Agribusiness Training Program improves coffee yields and income through access GAP and world coffee education, individual and group financi

Sustainable development for Narino Coffee Growe...

Sen, 09/11/2017 - 14:41

The Tchibo and Carcafe Sustainable Development for Nariño Coffee Growers Program aims to improve sustainability, adaption to climate change, cost m

Berita & Acara

Modern cafes: The new taste in Kuwait

Sen, 09/24/2018 - 15:40

 KUWAIT: Kuwait has recently witnessed a surge of new, modern coffee shops or “cafes” that is fast becoming one of the main attractions of the you

Seedlings of hope: a coffee nursery in rural Ug...

Jum, 03/10/2017 - 07:00

As a widow, Betty Ndugga is well aware of the vulnerability of female-headed households in rural Uganda.

Betty Ndugga, a female entrepreneur in Uganda

Jum, 03/10/2017 - 07:00

Betty Ndugga used to be a clothing trader in Uganda's capital of Kampala.

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