The Indonesian archipelago is the fourth largest coffee producer in the world. There are at least
five million coffee producers who need to learn good agricultural practices and learn basic information in order to access the market.
In recent years, the aging of plants has led to a decline in productivity and has led to the coffee farmers’ communities struggling to survive.
Through International Coffee Partners, the Lavazza Foundation has supported a project
aimed at creating 21 farmers' organizations and financial savings and
In addition, it has contributed to the foundation of 15 organizations within which the producers are trained in the quality of coffee and in market access, thus receiving the tools to increase their profits and improve their living conditions.