Kampala Presentations

Presentations -- 3rd African Coffee Sustainability Forum, Kampala, 13th February 2013

Please click on the links below for the all the presentations from the Sustainability Forum 2013.  Please note that some of them might take a while to download due to size.
If you have any problems downloading the presentations, get in touch with Verónica Pérez, 4C Association Communication Manager, at: veronica.perez(at)4c-coffeeassociation.org

Key note: Why do African coffee producers need to respond to the challenge of sustainability in coffee, and how to we build the business case

Mr Do Ngoc Sy, Vietnam Manager, 4C Association

Update on 2nd Vietnamese Sustainability Forum and sustainable coffee production in Vietnam

Session: Productivity and Good Agricultural Practices as key influencing factors for the business case – how to reach out and what are results and impacts?

Mr. Schin Gathani, Laterite

Technoserve’s agronomy programme: Results of third party assessment

Mr. Stefan Cognigni, Hanns R. Neumann Foundation

Results on productivity and sustainability in East African coffee programmes of Hanns R. Neumann Foundation

Mr. Charles Mbarire, Regional Project Manager Coffee, Solidaridad

Results from coffee programmes of Solidaridad, Muramuki Farmers Cooperative Society

Session: Gender and youth in sustainable coffee production as influencing factors for the business case

Coordinated by Ms. Bridget Carrington, C Dormans Ltd

Ms. Adriana Mejía Godoy, FNC

Panel session 1: Research interventions and priorities supporting the business case of sustainable coffee production

Dr. Africano Kanjire

Dr. Charles Agwanda

Dr. Piet Van Asten

Dr. Kimemia

Panel session 2: Stepping up from 4C Baseline, recognition of more stringent standards, benchmarking: how do standards collaborate to unlock the potential of sustainable coffee?

Joint presentation and discussion with 4C Baseline Standard, Fairtrade, RA, UTZ Certified, Kenya Coffee Code of Practice and Input by Sustainable Coffee Programme powered by IDH

Session: market perspective on sustainable coffees

Ms. Christine Masta, Nestle Equatorial Africa

Nestlé and Creating Shared Value

Mr. Francesco Tramontin, Mondelēz International

Mondelēz’ International commitment to sustainable coffee growing: “Coffee Made Happy” Sustainability Initiative

Ms. Cornel Kuhrt, Tchibo

Tchibo’s commitment to sustainable coffees

Session: Enabling environment and coffee policies, climate change as cross cutting issues

Mr. Henry Ngabirano, UCDA

Ms. Sophie Grunze, GIZ

Mr. Ted van der Put, IDH

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