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Platform Stats

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1 Mio

total coffee exports
(60kg bags)

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15%

sustainable sales
of total exports

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50 / 50

robusta vs. arabica
percentage of sales

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450,000

number of
smallholder farmers

Tanzania

Tanzania

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About the Platform

The National Coffee Stakeholder Committee (NCSC) was established in 2009, and focuses on improving communication between private and public sectors, supporting the implementation of the national strategy and organizing the annual National Coffee Conference (NCC).

Chair: Tanzania Coffee Board (TCB)

Secretariat: Café Africa

Milestones 2017

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90

agronomists trained on NSC sustainable practices

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3

zones where NSC roll out was conducted (Kigoma, Kilimanjaro and Mara)

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Regular Meetings

and updates of the NSC roll out progress and its results

Priorities

  • To increase coffee production and productivity
  • To support improvement of overall coffee quality
  • To increase the involvement of young people in coffee production

Recent Achievements

Launch of the NSC in all 8 coffee production zones and institutionalized into the national extension delivery system, which acknowledges the training and examination process for NSC trainees.

Strengthened advocacy links with local government to ensure coffee development is prioritized in the Agriculture Sector Development Plan and coffee is promoted as a priority cash crop for local government to invest in.

How do I get involved?

Supporting the work of Tanzania’s National Coffee Stakeholder Committee is easy. Simply fill in the form below and we’ll set you up with everything you need to start collaborating and contributing to the future of Tanzania’s coffee sector.

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