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Economic Viability of Farming

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2.5M

Million Tonnes extra annual production from yield increase by 2027

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$2B

Additional farmer income annually generated as a result of yield increases

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$200M

Additional farmer income annually due to quality improvements

Why

Globally, demand for coffee is increasing. However, coffee production at farm level is not economically viable for many smallholder farmers, putting the livelihoods of many coffee producers, their families, and their communities at risk. 

OBJECTIVES

  • Define and prioritize the most pressing issues and actions to be taken
  • Scale learnings to support farmers to prioritize actions with the potential to increase farm profitability.

Recent
Achievements

The GCP and Technoserve published a study into farmer economics in 11 coffee-producing countries which identified opportunities for potential benefits to coffee farmers from improved farm profitability and increased supply chain efficiency.

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IMPACT

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