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Kitchen Thoughts on Gender Mainstreaming

Kitchen Thoughts on Gender Mainstreaming

Johannes Thoma (26), Executive Management Assistant at implementing partner Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung recently visited Tanzania to learn more about the gender component of c&c. “I have seen women walking 10 hours to get water! “, I grumbled as I lifted myself out...

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Brewing up Climate Resilience in the Coffee Sector

Brewing up Climate Resilience in the Coffee Sector

Baristas, roasters and coffee machine producers are crowding around latest innovations during the Specialty Coffee Associations “World of Coffee 2019” in Berlin – Europe’s biggest Specialty Coffee Exhibition. Powerful cheering from the audiences of the World Barista...

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From Italy to Guatemala, Lavazza visits Chiquimula

From Italy to Guatemala, Lavazza visits Chiquimula

"I became more and more confident with myself and the role I have within the organization as a woman” tells Rina Mejia. Rina is the secretary of the gender committee for the Coffee Cooperative COCAFELOL in Ocotepeque, Honduras. As participant of the gender component...

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A community takes care of its own water supply

A community takes care of its own water supply

The community of Idugumbi in rural Mbeya, Tanzania had faced the challenges of declining coffee yields due to the growing scarcity of water for a long time. The only available water source that was shared by 4 villages: Idugumbi, Ihombe, Iwala and Utengule, was not...

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Sunflowers as Climate-Smart Agricultural Practice

Sunflowers as Climate-Smart Agricultural Practice

Lee este blog en español. coffee&climate agronomist Karina Orellana is holding a bouquet of sunflowers in her hand. Together with her colleague Previn Valdivieso she is visiting Joel Espinoza. Joel is a coffee farmer from Copán, Honduras. “I haven’t been part of a...

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Initiative for coffee&climate

Happy International Coffee Day!! Addressing climate change has been a vital element of our project interventions.

In collaboration with the Alliance for Resilient Coffee, we are united by the importance of climate change, its threat to the global coffee supply chain and the urgency of the private sector to get involved. Watch, to learn more about the project and the opportunities ARC offers to the industry!

Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung Feed the Future CIAT International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) Root Capital Conservation International World Coffee Research Sustainable Food Lab
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