The quality and yield of coffee are greatly dependent on fertile soils, healthy trees, clean water and suitable climatic conditions. Most smallholder farmers generally have limited access to knowledge, technology, and loans. This in turn negatively impacts the quality and quantity of coffee they produce and subsequently jeopardizes their livelihoods.
We are focused on improving coffee quality, protecting the environment and ultimately producing the optimum crop that recognizably increases the farmer's income. To that end, our farmers are trained on quality assurance techniques such as safe water use and organic farming. Our Local agronomists lend farmer support in replacing old trees or planting hybrid varieties suited to changing climatic conditions.