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WOMEN'S
COFFEE PROJECT

Small choices add up to significant change. This project is about supporting and empowering women. We are donating $1 from every bag to CARE. CARE works around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty, and achieve social justice, while putting women and girls in the center because they know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities.

Women's Coffee Project

Each bag of Women's Coffee Project

One Dollar of Coffee is donated locally

As part of our Powering the Good Program, we donate a dollar’s worth of coffee to our community partners for every bag sold.



One Dollar is donated internationally

East View Coffee Company will be donating one dollar for every bag sold. CARE works around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty, and achieve social justice, while putting women and girls in the center because they know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities.

Fair Trade Certified

When you see a certified Fair Trade product, you can be sure it meets rigorous social, environmental, and economic standards. That means safe working conditions, environmental protection, sustainable livelihoods and community development funds.

Support Organic Farming

Organically produced coffee means less exposure to synthetic herbicides and pesticides for the farmers, for you, and the environment.

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Lake Kivu
SOPACDI
Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

Kivu is an area in DRC nearly destroyed by the Congo civil war and the Rwanda Genocide. The resulting economic collapse led many coffee farmers to smuggle their coffee to nearby Rwanda to get food and other necessary supplies due to low coffee prices in the Congo. In 2002 SOPACDI or the Solidarite Paysanne la Promotion de Actions Café et Development Integras was formed, recognizing that the bridge from strife to success could be coffee.

The first international coffee buyer came in 2008. Now made up of 5200 members in total, who received support through innovative programs established by SOPACDI and outside programs find buyers for their coffee internationally. Over 20% of the co-op members are women.

This coffee, Lake Kivu, comprises 3,546 women smallholder farmer members who live in the Kalehe territory of DRC in South Kivu, with an average farm size of 1.7 acres who deliver the coffee in cherry form to the mill.

664
ASPROCDEGUA
Guatemala

ASPROCDEGUA (Asociación de Productores de Café Diferenciados y Especiales de Guatemala) is a supportive program that provides soil analysis and social programs, education, and nutrition, and purchasing coffee from its co-op members.

This coffee is grown by 664 women farm owners who own or manage small farms where they grow other crops with an average size of fewer than 5 acres. In 2020, the Women's Association used the premium collectively to purchase dairy cows. The cows provide nutritional value and easier access to organic compost for their farm production.