The Global Coffee Sustainability Conference 2017 provided the ideal environment to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Global Coffee Platform (GCP) and the Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia (SCOPI).

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Annette Pensel and Moenardji Soedargo, Chair of SCOPI, at the Global Coffee Sustainability Conference 2017.

The renewed cooperation builds on their existing collaboration and aims to further enable the public and private sectors in the Indonesian coffee sector to work together to improve the economic opportunities for coffee farmers, improve food security for coffee communities, and increase environmental sustainability.

“The existence and success of SCOPI demonstrates the readiness of local actors to come together to pool their strengths and their resources in order to tackle the sustainability challenges on the ground – this continued partnership will build on this and connect the Indonesian and global coffee worlds to positively shape the future of the Indonesian coffee sector” Annette Pensel, Executive Director of the Global Coffee Platform.

As presented at the Global Coffee Sustainability Conference, there are a wide range of opportunities for GCP Members to become actively involved in contributing to the sustainability of Indonesia’s coffee sector. These include the roll out of National Sustainability Curricula for both Arabica and Robusta, scaling activities supporting access to finance, and strengthening market access for Indonesian coffee farmers.

Find out more and get involved!

For an overview of the achievements of the Indonesian Country Platform in 2017 and their outlook for 2018, please view their conference posters here.
If you have any questions regarding becoming involved with SCOPI, please contact Indonesia Country Coordinator.

The Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia

SCOPI is an inclusive and participative member organization with the mission of driving the development of public-private partnership in the coffee sector across Indonesia. Furthermore, it facilitates sharing of learnings and best practices and alignment of programs with the goal of creating synergy effects in the sector towards sustainable coffee in Indonesia. SCOPI’s activities are pre-competitive and seek to benefit all participants of the sector.