Brazil

Brazil Regional Project
Minas Gerais

Brazil

Brazil: The 3rd Coffee Quality Competition
Santo Antonio do Amparo

Brazil

coffee & climate
worldwide

Brazil

Farmer Story: Meet Sr. Jesus
Minas Gerais

Guatemala

coffee & climate
worldwide

Guatemala

Trifinio Regional Program
Trifinio

El Salvador

coffee & climate
worldwide

El Salvador

Trifinio Regional Program
Trifinio

Uganda

Building Coffee Farmers Alliances - Arabica
Kasese

Uganda

Uganda: Improving gender relations in coffee farming households in Uganda
Masaka & other regions

Honduras

coffee & climate
worldwide

Honduras

Trifinio Regional Program
Trifinio

Tanzania

coffee & climate
worldwide

Tanzania

Coffee Farmers Alliance Tanzania
Tanzania

Tanzania

Farmer Story: Meet Jimmy Kalonga
Izumbwe

Tanzania

Tanzania: Swedish Members Of Parliament Visiting Our Project
Arusha

Peru

Promoting organized farmers in San Martín
San Martín

Indonesia

Farmer Story: Meet Pak Teguh
Kota Dalam

Indonesia

Strengthening the Smallholder Robusta Sector in Indonesia
Sumatra

Vietnam

coffee & climate
worldwide

Tanzania

Coffee is one of Tanzania’s primary export commodities, making up about 20% of the country’s agricultural exports. 95% of Tanzania’s coffee is grown by smallholders on average land holdings of 1 ha.

Hence, the majority of Tanzania’s coffee farmers is not organized and lack access to vital services, such as extension services, agricultural inputs, financing options and assistance with marketing and commercialization of their produce. Therefore, the coffee sector is characterized by very low yields, lack of maintenance of coffee fields and poor quality. In order to improve their difficult economic situation, the Tanzanian coffee farmers need to increase productivity, improve quality and build strong organizational structures which can provide necessary services to their members.



Location

Projects in Tanzania

Coffee Farmers Alliance Tanzania
Tanzania
Farmer Story: Meet Jimmy Kalonga
Izumbwe
coffee & climate
worldwide
Tanzania: Swedish Members Of Parliament Visiting Our Project
Arusha