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Joy with impact

making a difference

Here’s how your choice of coffee is part of providing incentives that benefit farmers individually and improve agricultural research and development.

The last

18

months

In the last 18 months, we have saved 159 tons of fruit from becoming food waste, while creating 692 jobs in the processing process.

During the same period, we have imported 66 tonnes of raw coffee from small-scale producers in eastern Congo. This corresponds to 4.5 containers. 

On average, 100 farmers contribute to a container, while 200 women work to sort the coffee beans at the cooperative (per container) and 12 men pack each container.

Coffee plants

One of our first projects together with the coffee farmers in Eastern Congo wasn providing 400 farmers with 20 thousand new coffee plants, now we have doubled the number of distributet coffee plants.

The next aim is to provide the 3909 coffee farmers that we work with currently, with 100 coffee plants each. That is 390 900 new coffee plants, that will increase the yield of coffee berried with at least 469 080 kg per year. The potential with the right care and engagement is an increase of 1 446 330 kg per year.

Our Contribution

With our circular business model, we want to contribute to a sustainable value chain that includes the social, economic and environmental perspective.

Social

Economically

Environmentally

Social

Through our work to open up the market for Congolese coffee, together we make it possible for Congolese coffee farmers to restore their professional pride, develop their plantations and offer employment opportunities. This in turn contributes to creating economic stability for the producers, it contributes to independence, security and better a better standard of living for the families.

Economically

The social commitment, which we attach great importance to, contributes both short-term and long-term to a better economy for the families affected by our value chain and the communities in which they operate. Our commitment to sustainable agriculture also contributes to safer and higher incomes for producers – in especially in the long term. Something that also motivates young people in society to be active in agriculture.

Environmentally

We want to strive for environmental sustainability at all levels, in our products and in our value chain. Through advice and financial resources, we engage with our producers and together create a more sustainable and climate-smart agriculture.

Through our work to open up the market for Congolese coffee, together we make it possible for Congolese coffee farmers to restore their professional pride, develop their plantations and offer employment opportunities. This in turn contributes to creating economic stability for the producers, it contributes to independence, security and better a better standard of living for the families.

The social commitment, which we attach great importance to, contributes both short-term and long-term to a better economy for the families affected by our value chain and the communities in which they operate. Our commitment to sustainable agriculture also contributes to safer and higher incomes for producers – in especially in the long term. Something that also motivates young people in society to be active in agriculture.

We want to strive for environmental sustainability at all levels, in our products and in our value chain. Through advice and financial resources, we engage with our producers and together create a more sustainable and climate-smart agriculture.

Agroforestry

Apart from providing new coffee plants, we are currently working on a project to increase and improve the transition into agroforestry. This will be done by further mixing up the plantations with others trees ans plants that will create shade for the coffee plants (inhancing the quality of the coffee), increasing the biodiversity as well as absorbing CO₂.

The Women's Clinic

Congo ranks among the countries in the world that top the list of maternal and child mortality, largely as a result of the mineral conflicts that have affected the healthcare system. This became an important reason why Rebu chose to found and build a maternity and maternity clinic in Uvira, Congo.

A visit to the construction of the clinic in 2016 and conversations with the local population about what we could do to create jobs also became the starting point for Rutasoka as a company.

The Women's Clinic

Congo ranks among the countries in the world that top the list of maternal and child mortality, largely as a result of the mineral conflicts that have affected the healthcare system. This became an important reason why Rebu chose to found and build a maternity and maternity clinic in Uvira, Congo.

A visit to the construction of the clinic in 2016 and conversations with the local population about what we could do to create jobs also became the starting point for Rutasoka as a company.

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