The Kahawa Bora project aims to train 10,000 farmers in Good Agricultural Practices while paying special attention to income diversification, managing household finances and ‘farming as a business’. The farmers targeted in this program will also be organized into 200 registered farmer groups and collective coffee processing within groups will be encouraged. Beyond this, the project will provide access to improved varietals of coffee plant seedlings, finance and other agro-inputs. 1 000 households will also make use of ‘Farmer Field Books’ to record their farm finances and help in their decision making regarding farm investments. The project also focuses on actively including both women and youth in their activities.
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