Nicaragua

August ‘18

Mutendero village is located in the Isale region of Nord-Kivu (North of Lake Kivu), on the edge of Virunga National Park, bordered by Uganda to the east. The region has excellent conditions for speciality arabica production with plentiful rainfall, high altitude and highly fertile volcanic soils. The region is also very poverty-stricken and has had a severe lack of infrastructure which has made high quality arabica both difficult to produce and very challenging to export. Virunga Coffee Company has sought to overcome many of these problems through hands-on farmer education and investment in local infrastructure such as roads & bridges. This has allowed quality improvements every season and, in turn, higher premiums for farmers.

Mutendero Coffee Washing Station (CWS) is one of 5 washing stations belonging to Virunga Coffee Company, setup by Schluter in 2012 to produce high quality coffees for the speciality market and increase premiums for the thousands of smallholder farmers in the region. At 1,820m asl Mutendero is the highest altitude of all Virunga’s CWS’.

Virunga now have now trained over 2,300 famers in GAP (Good agricultural practices) and obtained organic certification for these farmers in the Isale region. They have 7 full time field officers (trained agronomists) working in the region & have planted over 400,000 seedlings to be distributed amongst the smallholders in Isale.

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