Soft skills such as collaboration and resilience have become key in the push for changes to global systems.
Many of the social and environmental challenges linked to cocoa, coffee, and tea are so deeply entrenched that tackling them requires a sector-wide approach. Our Sector Partnerships Program fosters
The Sector Partnerships Program
The UTZ program, Lidl, and CARE partner on a two-year initiative called ‘Project Guatemala’, focusing on gender inclusiveness and women’s empowerment. Our aim is to make coffee production more sustainable while also improving the lives of the women who cultivate it. One year in, it’s time to report on the progress we’ve made.[Read more...]
As part of their commitment to sustainable coffee, Lidl, together with the UTZ program and CARE has launched ‘Project Guatemala’. The project aims at climate change resilience and gender inclusiveness in a coffee cooperative of 92 women-led small coffee farms, as well as improved coffee production, resulting in higher profits.[Read more...]
Q’eqchi and Poqomchi youth go into business.[Read more...]
SAT4Farming, an initiative to reach thousands of small-scale cocoa producers with information and services to improve their productivity and sustainability, was announced today. It is designed to use