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Continue on to learn more about what you can do to support crop renovation or to download materials such as the complete Guidebook in English, Spanish and French.

Renovation & Rehabilitation for Resilient Coffee Farms:

A GUIDEBOOK FOR ROASTERS, TRADERS AND SUPPLY CHAIN PARTNERS

A key tenet of the Sustainable Coffee Challenge is to encourage the industry to work collaboratively to find effective solutions that address the challenges facing coffee. To help industry members navigate renovation & rehabilitation, with the generous support of USAID's Feed the Future and a team at Dalberg Consulting, the Sustainable Coffee Challenge released the Renovation & Rehabilitation for Resilient Coffee Farms: A Guidebook for Roasters, Traders and Supply Chain Partners. The Guidebook is a rich resource for companies, governments, investors, and service providers alike interested in undertaking R&R efforts. The Guidebook can help you partner up with an existing effort, start a new effort, or even refine your current program.

Click below to download an executive summary of the Guidebook, or to download the complete Guidebook in English, Spanish or French.

Country Data Sheets

The following country data sheets illustrate the need for crop renovation and rehabilitation across seventeen of the largest coffee producing countries. The purpose of the data sheets is to give coffee sector stakeholders an overview of how countries’ needs and priorities differ, and thereby help identify what type of action is needed where.

The two-page sheets build on desk research using sources such as FAO data and country-specific coffee reports, semi-structured interviews with country experts – either from in-country experts or from experts with previous experience in the country, and modelling of need and yield uplift estimates.


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Learn more and get involved

There is a lot of work to be done to ensure the long-term supply of coffee from countries where the crop has long shaped the social and economic fabric. Learning to extend the life of their trees and improve yields helps farmers stabilize annual production and in turn, income, while the rest of the world benefits from a steady supply of quality coffee. Continue on to learn more about the immediate attention and action that is required to make this a reality.