International Coffee Partners (ICP) in Indonesia
Active since 2014
Current project phase until 2023
Home to a rich, diverse eco-system, Indonesia grows some of the worlds exceptional coffees. Indonesia is among the world’s largest coffee producing and exporting countries. Like in our other project regions, smallholder coffee farmer families in Indonesia face challenges like poor access to expertise and support services, effects of climate change, and lack of agricultural knowledge.
The current project is located in the region of OKU Selatan District in Southern Sumatra. ICP focuses in Indonesia on:
– improving the profitability for smallholder coffee farmers,
– the provision of professional capacitiy building combined with the establishment of farmer organizations,
– promoting the participation of women in all operations,
– improving the perspectives of youths in the rural areas.
Since 2007, ICP has implemented projects in coffee producing regions in Asia.
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Achievements since first project started:
Farmer Organizations ICP worked with
Total households reached
Total impacted farmland
Youth attendance rate:
Area under coffee:
Green bean yields of project farmers compared to non-project farmers in 2020:
40 % higher
Current project phase:
Improve the livelihoods of smallholder coffee farming households by:
– Increasing quantity and quality of coffee.
– Supporting climate change resilience.
– Families being organized in strong and professional farmer organizations.
– Counteracting deforestation.
The project strengthens smallholders adaptation to changing climatic conditions. This should increase the climate resilience of entire coffee landscapes. Using the coffee&climate approach, the project works with pioneer households to test a variety of of intercrops, shade and cover crops, fertilisation approaches and management regimes to best suit their local situation, resources and potential climate risks.
Aims of the current project
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