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Communication and Education take center stage in Indonesia in 2020

The Indonesia Country Platform is focussed on communication and education in 2020 – issues especially important in a time of COVID-19. The platform  is leveraging opportunities for knowledge sharing and identifying new avenues to enhance communication channels for all coffee-related matters.

Indonesia Forecast for 2020

  • 8 Coffee Discussions (Diskusi Kopi/DISKO)
  • SCOPI Forum to be held in conjunction with the Members Meeting
  • 1 Regional Stakeholders Coordination Meeting
  • Upscaling communication and outreach activities through developing communication strategy, maintenance of social media channels, website revitalization, and bi-monthly newsletter (KAPUCINO).
  • Making progress in developing measurement tools towards 2021.
  • Continuing the dissemination of 2nd Edition of National Sustainability Curriculum for Robusta and Arabica Coffee through Master Trainers as well as Training of Trainers and Farmers Leaders

As a national platform for sustainable coffee production in Indonesia, SCOPI continues to strive to promote public-partnerships in improving coffee productivity. We are working to understand our stakeholders’ aspirations and use this to inform our work and to help us foster collaborative action with our members, partners, and communities.


Paramita Mentari Kesuma, Executive Director, Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia (SCOPI)

Paramita Mentari Kesuma

Executive Director, Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia (SCOPI)email me

Paramita Mentari Kesuma

Executive Director, Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia (SCOPI)email me

Paramita Mentari Kesuma has more than 15 years of working and organizational experience in strategic programme management, stakeholders engagement, administrative & project management, and sustainable development issues across private sector, NGO and Government agencies. Mentari joined SCOPI in December 2019. Previously, she had served in the Peatland Restoration Agency of the Republic of Indonesia (as sub-consultant from UNDP/UNOPS), WWF-Indonesia, and Deloitte Indonesia. She holds a Master of Management degree from BINUS Business School (Jakarta) and double –degree in Bachelor of Commerce from Curtin University of Technology (Perth) & Bachelor of Economics from BINUS International University (Jakarta). She won the “Miss Indonesia Earth-Water 2008”, “None Favorite Jakarta Kepulauan Seribu 2005”(Miss Jakarta) and hosted an eco-travel TV show called “Jejak Petualang”. She enjoys spending time with her two kids, scubadiving, travelling, writing and painting.