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Coffee

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Transcript of Coffee

The Death of the Forests
The Invation Begins
The Conquerer's Black Gold
Hi, my name is Coffea Arabica
My friends call me coffee
But actually
I am a life style.
Exporting Countries
B
V
C
I
M
The rise of the Black Gold
Manifesto of the Imperialists
Importing Countries
G
U
J
governmental
Private
Homelessness
Green Evolution?
Not Green at all
Shade Grown
1. Planting
Large Shade Nurseries
Individual Pots
The Land
2. Harvesting the Cherries
Picking
Selectively
Strip
1 Major Harvest / Year
3. Processing the Cherries
Dry
Wet
4. Drying the Beans
Dry to 11% Moisture
parchment coffee
Sun
5. Milling the Beans
Hulling
Polishing
Grading
6. Exporting the Beans
Machine
Milled Beans
Green Coffee
Ready for Export
7. Tasting the Coffee
8. Roasting the Coffee
Green Coffee
Aromatic Brown Beans
25 ºC
400 ºC
Pyrolysis
9. Grinding Coffee
Sorting
Finer
Faster Prepared
(Espresso)
Enjoy
10. Brewing Coffee
Uganda
The Best Robustas
90% pop live in rural areas
36% under poverty
30% of the Value of the Market
10% of the Value of the Market
The Labors
Large Plantation
Small Farmers
V.S
3 USD/day
100 pound quota
< 50% pop Get Less
Child Workers
< 13% Complete Their Primary Education
Recieve >50% Market Value
Price Controller
Avg. Income
27.37$/ month
Basic Food Cost
171.37$/ month
Standard Living Cost
312.72$/ month
Minimum Wage
Mandated Health
Safety Requirements
Freedom to Form Union
Before > 60% foreign earnings
< 25 %
2002
3,000,000 smallholder Ugandan coffee farmers
1.Commodity
Trade
Liberalization and
Globalization
2.
Price Volatility
3.Coffee tariffs creating
trade imbalance
.
4.
Lack of Information
Dissemination
to
all
stakeholders
5.
Lack of
Strong farmer
Organizations
6.Non tariff barriers-
certification costs
7.
Absence of input credit
for farmers
8.Enforcement of
Code of Conduct
,
Statutory Rules
and
Regulations
1.
Removing
any
trade barriers
to market penetration
2.
Create
and strengthen
SMART Partnerships
and Dialogue
3.
Design
and/
or support
implementation of
appropriate Codes of Conduct
4.
Paying a decent price
5.
Eliminate inferior coffee grades
6.
Support farmers’ organizations
to build own capacity
7.Knowledge and
information is power
What We Can Do About IT.
The Imbalance
Habitats
Biodiversity
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