GCP Membership achieving results
through collective action!

GCP is excited to share results and insights from member action in Brazil, Uganda and Vietnam through GCP Collective Action Initiatives on topics such as agro-inputs, youth and agroforestry, and living income. GCP 2.0 will see further scaling of the GCP Collective Action Initiatives as part of entrepreneurial Country Plans, which will be kick-started during the upcoming GCP Membership Assembly.

Take a look at the highlights from GCP Member Action:

Collective action results and insights

GCP Collective Action Initiative in Vietnam sees a significant reduction in the Glyphosate residue levels in green coffee

The GCP Collective Action Initiative ‘Responsible Use of Agro-Inputs for Coffee’ is addressing challenges in Vietnam with applied field research and policy development. See the first results and learn how pre-competitive collective action is making a difference.

How is collective action with youth in Uganda advancing farmer prosperity?
Hear from some of the voices behind the GCP Collective Action Initiative “Ugandan Youth for Coffee” in a short video overview of the ongoing initiative. With a focus on agroforestry and the renovation and rehabilitation of coffee trees in Uganda, the initiative works with rural youth to provide services to smallholder coffee farmers who have older, unproductive trees.

Collective Action Initiative Events

Join GCP Brazil at two upcoming webinars focusing on the results from two GCP Collective Action Initiatives. The first takes place on 27 April will look at good agricultural practices in the context of changing maximum residue limits. On 12 May GCP Members and partners will have a first look at the findings from the Living Income Study in Brazilian Coffee Production.

Maximum Residue Levels in Brazil: Join this member-exclusive webinar on good agricultural practices in coffee farming in Brazil in a changing Maximum Residue Levels scenario. The webinar forms part of the GCP Collective Action Initiative: Responsible Use of Agrochemicals. 

First findings of the study on Living Income in Brazilian Coffee Production: Join this member-only webinar for a first look at the results of the study carried out in the coffee regions of Minas Gerais and Espírito Santo through the GCP Collective Action Initiative on Social Well-Being.

GCP Collective Action Initiatives are pre-competitive to bring learnings and results back to the sector in order to learn, scale and replicate, making input resources more effective. Please be encouraged and invited to join this initiative and contribute to its success.

Learn more about GCP Collective Action Initiatives in Uganda and globally.
Start the conversation by getting in touch with our team:

Samson Emong

Country Coordinator Uganda, Café Africa Ugandaemail me