Two coffee project proposals approved by the CFC
1 October 2007
Two coffee project proposals “Increasing the Resilience of Coffee Production to Leaf Rust and Other Diseases in India, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Zimbabwe” and “Access to Finance for the Development of Diversification Crops in Coffee Producing Areas in Burundi and Côte d’Ivoire”, sponsored by the International Coffee Organization (ICO), have been approved by the Common Fund for Commodities (CFC). The projects will be implemented by CABI Africa and the Fonds de Garantie des Cooperatives Café – Cacao (FGCCC), under the supervision of the ICO.Further Information (PDF File)
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1 October is #InternationalCoffeeDay.
This year we have chosen a very special theme for this year’s celebrations: ‘Women in Coffee’. Women play as important a role in the whole of the coffee chain as men, from planting the seeds to processing to trading to brewing… and drinking it. To find out more visit the dedicated International Coffee Day website.
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