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Shyann Kindness Project UGANDA Bukonzo 5 lbs

 

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TASTING NOTES:  Red grape, Sweet yellow pepper, Complex body

 

On the slopes of the Rwenzori Mountains, the Bukonzo Organic Coop—comprised of 1,200 farmers—is among the first in its region to earn Fair Trade and Organic certifications. A thrill to share this unique Ugandan coffee.

NET WT 80 OZ

Origin: Uganda, Rwenzori Mountains

Growing Elevation: 3,900 to 4,900 feet

Tree Variety: Narsalang, SL 14, Bourbon,

Process Method: Fully Washed

Producer: Uganda Bukonzo, Organic Co-op with 1,200 farmers.

Bukonzo Joint is a co-operative union owned by its members — 83 percent women — who currently operate 5,500 small farms in the Rwenzori Mountains region of western Uganda, where they raise high-quality, organically grown, hand-picked coffee.

Bukonzo Joint is headquartered in Kyarumba town, Kasese district. Its operations in Bukonzo county’s sub-counties of Kyarumba, Kyondo, Kisinga, Lake Katwe, Maliba and Mahango, include marketing its farmers’ organic coffee; micro-finance, such as providing agriculture and small business loans to members; and member training and skills development. In addition to its more than 5,500 farmers, Bukonzo Joint has a full-time staff of 29, over 140 part-time volunteers, and fourteen training officers.

OUR HISTORY

At work
Bukonzo Joint was founded in 1999 to serve the poor, isolated farming communities in Bukonzo county, which, due to war, poverty, and location, have been marginalized in the past. The central focus of the Co-operative’s operations is offering sustainable financial and capacity building services to the economically disadvantaged. Bukonzo Joint is committed to improving the living standards of the rural poor, and ensuring that they are active participants in the economic, social, and political development of Bukonzo county. From its original 11 member groups, the Co-operative has grown to 72 groups.