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  • Josefina Ramírez and her coffee farm (photo: Celia Silvera)
  • Coffee farm in rehabilitation. Right: plants in decaying state. Left: rehabilitated plants (photo: Jessica Rojas)
  • Rehabilitation in rows.
  • Tools presentation, March 2011
  • Emilio Rojas, FLO
  • Gerardo Medina, Rainforest Alliance
  • Gonzalo la Cruz, Solidaridad
  • Lorenzo Castillo, JNC, Lourdes Córdova
  • Lorenzo Castillo, JNC
  • Christian Robin, Coop from Switzerland
  • Platform presentation 2010
  • Platform presentation 2010
  • Project

    SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT MODEL FOR PERUVIAN COFFEE
  • General objective

    Achieve comprehensive and sustainable development of coffee production, processing and marketing in Peru, to improve the income of farmers.
  • Specific objective

    Increase the productivity of the plantations of the program's beneficiaries, given the favorable outlook for the international market demand for differentiated and sustainable coffee.
  • SCAN Platform Members

    Solidaridad, IFOAM, FLO, UTZ, RA and others, and the Junta Nacional de Café (JNC) - National Coffee Board
  • Beneficiaries

    37 organizations involved in the cooperatives and coffee producer associations affiliated to the National Coffee Board, and companies and producer groups articulated in the Peruvian Chamber of Coffee and Cocoa, with a total of approximately 3,000 small producers.
  • Location / Geographical Area

    Peru. The project beneficiaries are located in the following departments: North (Cajamarca, Amazonas, San Martín), Centro (Junín, Huánuco, Pasco) and South (Cusco, Ayacucho, Puno).
  • Specific Activities

    • Develop training materials for sustainable agriculture (SCAN)
    • Technical assistance to organizations in coffee production issues.
    • Supply System.
    • Promotion of technological innovation.
    • Systematization and exchange of experiences.
  • Financing

    Junta Nacional de Cafe IDB-logo-english-33612 SECO_new_EN       JNC and SCAN (Project Implementation Unit-PIU) funding, and their respective allies, along with the MIF / IDB, SECO and a credit program channeled by Agrobanco.
  • Expected Results

    • about 3,000 beneficiary families double their productivity relative to the start of the project;
    • coffee sector institutions for technological innovation and technical assistance have been strengthened and Center for Innovation in Sustainable Coffee & Agriculture has been formed;
    • exports of beneficiary organizations increased their volume and export value relative to the national average by 30% annually;
    • 37 organizations implement technical assistance programs that promote productivity growth in coffee and sustainable agriculture, and
    • at least two new markets are identified by the cooperatives as a result of improvements (which may be national or international).
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