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Coffee

Charter Principles 2016 key facts
1. Finance
  • US$3.55 million in short-term financing
  • US$1.26 million in medium and long-term financing
2. Improved yield       
  • 23,657 farmers trained in Good Agricultural Practices
  • 2.3 million seedlings distributed
  • 207 farmer field schools and 179 demonstration plots
3. Labour practices
  • 23,608 farmers trained in good labour practices
  • 92 women farmer group leaders
4. Market access
  • 22,950 tonnes procured from 49,061 hectares
5. Quality
  • US$522,700 paid in certification and quality premiums
6. Traceability
  • 100% tonnage is traceable
  • 100% tonnage is traceable
7. Social and infrastructure investment
  • 1,000 people benefited from healthcare support (clinic) in Uganda
  • Economic infrastructure support such as a nursery in Mexico, and roads and warehousing in Uganda, Mexico, Cameroon and Tanzania.
8. Environmental impact
  • 13,302 farmers managing 32,008 hectares educated on water conservation
  • 9,537 farmers trained on soil fertility
  • 4,066 farmers trained on forest conservation (no burning)


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