This coffee was grown in Shentawene, a kebele located in the Bensa district in the Sidama region.
It was produced within the United Nations International Trade Centre‘s Alliances for Action Program and our Farming Accelerator project.
For this project, the UN-ITC and SLVRSKIN COFFEE partnered with the data collection and analysis organization Enveritas and a local NGO in Ethiopia.
Together, we are training 1,800 smallholder farmers in best agricultural practices and understanding farming as a family business.
The farmers get together for training on good agricultural practices such as composting, tree pruning, rejuvenation, and intercropping.
Another vital area of action is developing adaptation strategies to changing climate conditions.
In Ethiopia, coffee production is often a family business.
Therefore, gender equality and women empowerment are emphasized in the training curriculum.
Overall, the Farming Accelerator project aims to increase the farmers‘ crop productivity through sustainable practices, ultimately improving their livelihood.
Juicy Fruit• Balanced Citric Acidity
Pleasant Jasmine and Black Tea Notes
Supported by The United Nations, International Trade Centre, Alliances for Action, Enveritas & Drawdown Project.