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Furaha Umwizeye in Rwanda

Furaha Umwizeye

Furaha, of Rwandan and Swiss nationality, is the leader of Kivubelt Coffee. She founded the company after she finished her Master’s Degree in Economics and was motivated to return to Rwanda to contribute in a positive way to the society and the country economy.

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Group of coffee producers from Colombia Las Rosas for DONA coffee

Cooperativa Las Rosas

Las Rosas blossomed in an association of 300 coffee growers in La Plata who are working together since 2010. They were looking for economic stability, food security, and wanted to pass on their coffee traditions.

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Coffee Business Women Candelaria DONA coffee Colombia

Candelaria’s Coffee Project

Through Candelaria’s Coffee Entrepreneurs Project, these 45 women producers have been able to make themselves visible and participate in the challenging coffee business of their region.

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Andreia Ribeiro Silva

Andreia Ribeiro Silva

"Our family has been in the coffee-growing industry for generations. Our priority is to produce quality coffee while always taking care of the environment and the well-being of our employees" Andreia

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Kokowagayo Cooperative

“In a traditional FairTrade cooperative, the men vote for how the social premiums are to be invested. Oftentimes, the women’s priorities are different, and our voices are not heard. This was the motivation to form the first all-woman cooperative in Sumatra” Ernani

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Marceline Budza from RD Congo

Marceline Budza

From a family of coffee growers, Marceline grew up in Bukavu where she had the chance to graduate as an agronomist. In 2015, she founded Rebuild Women’s Hope, an association that empowers women coffee farmers in the island of Idjwi.

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