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THANK YOU TO ALL THE SPEAKERS AND PARTICIPANTS OF THE 3rd AFRICAN COFFEE SUSTAINABILITY FORUM!

Over 300 participants took part in the 3rd African Coffee Sustainability Forum at the Munyonyo Conference Center in Kampala, Uganda,  the 13th of February.

There was a vibrant exchange of information and ideas with participants from all over the world.

We are going to make available all the presentations as well as pictures and videos of the Forum next week. To download all the presentations, please check this website again on Wednesday, 20th February.

Thanks again and see you next year in Burundi at the 4th African Coffee Sustainability Forum!

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