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28
SEP
2016

The Peruvian Coffee Sector Promotes Sustainable Coffee Farming and Quality in First National Conference

Lima hosted the First National Conference on Technical Assistance and Quality for a Sustainable Coffee Value Chain, an international event that brought together key actors in the coffee sector.
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19
AUG
2016

SCAN Peru promotes quality technical assistance in First National Conference

The aim of the national conference is to promote technical assistance and quality as strategies for strengthening Peru’s sustainable coffee value chain. Increased coffee production and high quality cupping are possible with quality technical assistance.
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Peruvian coffee farmers visit Colombia / Caficultores peruanos visitan Colombia
20
JUL
2016

Peruvian coffee farmers visit Colombia in sustainable farming exchange

Coffee farmers participating in the Sustainable Development Model for Peruvian Coffee Project and SCAN Peru learned about the developments in technological innovation and technical assistance in Colombia.
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13
JUN
2016

SCAN Peru continues with workshops and technical meeting

The Sustainable Development Model for Peruvian Coffee Project continues with the project closure activities, including a workshop on harvest and post-harvest techniques and the second technical meeting of the SCAN Peru platform.
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04
MAY
2016

Competency assessment of Internal Inspectors for certified coffee

Internal inspectors from coffee organizations were given competency assessments which will contribute to meet international market requirements For two days, coffee growers in the central jungle of Peru were tested to measure their skills, as part of the process to become...
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18
APR
2016

Coffee with Science Forum promotes research for sustainable coffee production

Entities linked to coffee and development participated in COFFEE with SCIENCE, the first forum to share research experiences for the competitiveness of the coffee industry. The coffee sector needs to improve coffee cup quality, introduce pest-resistant varieties and implement...
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12
APR
2016

Training farmers on Integrated Pest Management

Climate variability due to climate change is creating an environment conducive to the spread of pests and diseases in coffee plantations. In response, under the Sustainable Development Model for Peruvian Coffee [1] project, a training process was conducted in Integrated Pest...
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Alto Mayo Protected forest
25
MAR
2016

“Coffee and Climate” project launched to improve Peru’s coffee production

“Through this initiative, exports of aromatic grain are expected to increase and reach up to 5 million quintals in 2021.”¹ The “Coffee and Climate” project promotes climate-smart agriculture adapting coffee crop management to climate change, from the...
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