Impacts of certification on organized small coffee farmers in Kenya (Baseline report)

Empirical study
Research report

Published April 2016 by International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, COSA. Authored by Bennett, M., Rios, C. de los, Himmel, M. and Wairegi, L.

Summary

This report describes the initial process and findings of a study to understand the impacts of dual Fairtrade-UTZ certification on smallholder coffee farmers in Kenya over the course of three years. It depicts conditions at baseline for farmers and their producer organizations (POs) before any certification activities have occurred. Conducted in partnership with ISEAL, Fairtrade International, and UTZ Certified, the study aims to provide relevant findings for the development of tools and methods that ISEAL members can leverage to better understand the impact of their sustainability efforts going forward.

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Impacts of certification on organized small coffee farmers in Kenya (Baseline report)

Empirical study
Research report

Published April 2016 by International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, COSA. Authored by Bennett, M., Rios, C. de los, Himmel, M. and Wairegi, L.

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