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3rd AFRICAN COFFEE SUSTAINABILITY FORUM!
FOUR WEEKS TO GO!



The 4C Association in collaboration with the African Fine Coffee Association (AFCA) and the Sustainable Coffee Program powered by IDH is organising the 3rd African Coffee Sustainability Forum: “Building a Business Case for Sustainability for African Coffee Farmers” on 13 February in Kampala, Uganda. The Forum will take place one day prior to the start of the 10th Africa Fine Coffee Conference and Exhibition.

This year’s program has been elaborated in close cooperation with the African research and science community and is addressing the key business factors influencing the adoption of sustainability practices by African coffee farmers:

  • Productivity and Good Agricultural Practices as key influencing factors for the business case – how to reach out and what are results and impacts
  • Gender and youth in sustainable coffee production as influencing factors for the business case 
  • Enabling environment and coffee policies, climate change, access to finance as cross cutting issues 

Click on the following link to view the program

REGISTER NOW FOR THE EVENT! ONLY LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE! 

The delegates of the 10th AFCA Conference, can directly register for the Sustainability Forum via the AFCA website.

Those participants who wish to ONLY attend the Sustainability Forum must register here.

Due to space limitations, total Forum registration is limited to the first 300 participants.

NB: Please note that ONLY THIS FORUM HAS SPONSORED FREE PARTICIPATION. In order to take part in other activities on the same venue like the, 3rd Africa Barista Challenge , African Coffee Connection Reception at 18.30 and the full conference kit, one will need to register for the 10th African Fine Coffee Conference & Exhibition: http://eafca.org/wwc/registration.htm

QUESTIONS?
If you have queries regarding the event, please get in touch with George Watene, 4C Manager Eastern Africa, at george.watene(A)4c-coffeeassociation.org or + Tel: +254728606959

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