Tanazania’s New Generation of Coffee Growers Embrace Opportunities
Using improved practices and hardy hybrid varieties, young farmers are seeing increased production in their fields.
Tanzania Coffee Fuels Youth Employment Project
Couples learn to share work and home responsibilities while helping increase job opportunities and economic power.
Kenya Coffee Farm Becomes Haven for Vulnerable Women
By introducing best practices, CRS helped Assumption Sisters of Nairobi start a sustainable business and offer valuable skills to disadvantaged women.
10 Things in Your Home Linked to Climate Change
Here are 10 things in your home that have a climate change connection - some things cause global warming, others are impacted by it - and ways you can make a difference.
Coffeelands: Building on Success
The success of Borderlands Coffee Project in Colombia, encourages a next step. Borderlands delivers direct support to 1,600 farmers in Nariño—a region with nearly 40,000 smallholder coffee growers in a country with 560,000 growers. At a global level, CRS has reached about 50,000 coffee farmers.
Moving up the Mountain: Coffee Farmers Fight Against Climate Change
Farmers are fighting the climate and poverty in an uphill battle against coffee leaf rust. But there is hope.
Make Your Coffee Habit Count
Purchase coffee, chocolate and snacks through Catholic Relief Services partner Equal Exchange and make a difference in the lives of farmers.
Rescuing Colombia’s ‘Golden’ Coffee Beans
Nariño, in southwest Colombia near the border with Ecuador, is known for two things: coffee and violence.