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Rwanda Women Coffee Extension Natural Organic

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Rwanda

Rwanda Women Coffee Extension Natural Organic

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All the facts about our Rwanda Women Coffee Extension Natural Organic

Region Kamonyi
Producer Muraho Trading
Variety Red Bourbon
Process natural
Type Unwashed Arabica
Category Microlot
Harvest from April to June
Shipping from September to December
Unit GrainPro Sack à 30kg

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Rwanda

Rwanda Women Coffee Extension Natural Organic

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The Mbizi Washing Station is located in Kamonyi, in the southern providence of Rwanda, on an altitude of aprox. 1500 – 1800 masl. the Women coffee Extension (WCE) brings together female farmers to empower them with new economic opportunities through trainings on the coffee value chain. the goal is to empower female farmers, using the production and sale of their own products as a vehicle to create a social change. many of these women are widows or orphans of the 1994 genocide and have needed to provide a living for their families alone. The latest projects of WCE are life insurances for the farmers and clean water distribution.

Origin

Specialty coffee from Rwanda

Mountain

Varieties

Bourbon, French Mission Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai, Mibirizi

Processing methods

Washed

Altitude range

Arabica 1300 - 1750 masl

Harvest

March–June 

Total yearly production

130.000 bags

Coffees from Rwanda

Often compared to Kenyan coffee, Rwandan coffee at its best is creamy-bodied, with sweet citrus acidity reminiscent of Kenya. The best offer caramel and floral notes on the finish, adding a pleasing layer of complexity.

Main production areas: Lake Kivu, Butare
Port of Shipment: Dar Es Salaam (Tanzania)
Export bag size: 60 kg
Total number of coffee farmers: 335.000

Region Kamonyi
Producer Muraho Trading
Variety Red Bourbon
Process natural
Type Unwashed Arabica
Harvest from April to June
Shipping from September to December
Unit GrainPro Sack à 30kg

The Mbizi Washing Station is located in Kamonyi, in the southern providence of Rwanda, on an altitude of aprox. 1500 – 1800 masl. the Women coffee Extension (WCE) brings together female farmers to empower them with new economic opportunities through trainings on the coffee value chain. the goal is to empower female farmers, using the production and sale of their own products as a vehicle to create a social change. many of these women are widows or orphans of the 1994 genocide and have needed to provide a living for their families alone. The latest projects of WCE are life insurances for the farmers and clean water distribution.