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The Organisers

The African Coffee Sustainability Forum is organised by three organisations:

The Sustainable Coffee Program is a mainstream public/private consortium supported by IDH, major coffee industry representatives, trade and export partners, civil society organizations, governments and standard setting organizations.

The African Fine Coffees Association (AFCA) is a regional non profit, non political, member-driven association representing coffee sectors in 11 member countries.

The 4C Association is the platform that brings together stakeholders in the coffee sector to address sustainability issues in a pre-competitive manner. 


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