KZ Noir’s Gilbert Gatali talks about how sustainably grown coffee supports Rwanda’s impressive recovery
In celebration of the United Nations’ International Year of Family Farming, we are sharing the story of Simion Langat, a smallholder tea farmer in Kenya.
For smallholder coffee farmers, a few small changes can mean big gains in productivity, quality and long-term sustainability. Take a group of coffee producers in Tanzania, whose coffee quality improved dramatically when they began to process beans at uniform coffee washing stations.
Christian Mensah–the Rainforest Alliance’s sustainable landscapes manager in West Africa–takes us on a sustainability journey to Nigeria…