The goal of the Forum is for participants to share practical experiences on the successes and challenges of sustainable coffee production, processing and trading. Against this premise, the rationale of the forum is to draw input from participants to generate ideas, innovations, best practices, recommendations and proposals on how documented success can be sustained and scaled up and how challenges can be addressed to ensure an effective implementation of sustainable coffee practices.
With one week to go all available places at the 4th African Coffee Sustainability Forum have been pre-booked. Registration has closed and for those that were not to lucky to grab a physical slot, we will be offering you a virtual peep in the days after the forum .
See you at the shores of the Great Lakes to Inspire the
Sustainable Resurgence of the African Coffee Industry.
topic received presentation from Mr. George Ooko of the Coffee Development Fund, who shared the fund’s successes and challenges to lending to smallholder coffee farmers in Kenya; Mr. Nate Schaffran from Root Capital shared his experiences so far and their vision for the future while Ms. Noemi Perez of FAST presented on financing a sustainable Africa.
To commemorate the first International Coffee Day , world coffee leaders meeting in Milan at the Global Coffee Forum made this morning the Coffee and Sustainability morning. https://twitter.com/coffeeforum15 You can follow live streams of the inspiring messages here http://www.globalcoffeeforum.com/streaming.php the agenda for the day is here http://www.globalcoffeeforum.com/program_event/program.pdf happy #InternationalCoffeeDay