About SCOPI

Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia (SCOPI) is a non-profit organization incorporated in the form of associations for market participants in the coffee sector and stakeholders concerned about coffee development in Indonesia established on March 31, 2015

History

   

National coffee platform’s establishment started from discussions by coffee enthusiasts since 2012 on related issues and followed by some activities bellow:

November, 7th 2013

Gathering

A gathering on the account of building an inclusive Indonesian coffee market, which was held at Hotel Ambhara, Jakarta, on the 7th of November 2013 and was attended by around 70 participants.
April, 7th 2014

Brainstorming Session

A continuous brainstorming session after the first one held at the Ford Foundation's Office on the 7th of April 2014.
April, 28, 2014

The 1st Gathering of Coffee Enthusiasts

A gathering of coffee enthusiasts from Lampung on April 28th 2014, which was attended by around 25 participants from the private sector, academics, NGOs, and embassy.
September, 10th, 2014

The 2nd Gathering of Coffee Enthusiasts

A gathering of coffee enthusiasts at the Netherlands Embassy in Jakarta, on September 10th 2014 and was attended by around 25 participants from the private sector and embassy.
October, 30th, 2014

National Coffee Platform Gathering

National Coffee Platform gathering, at the Netherlands Embassy, Jakarta on October 30th 2014, upon which a formation of a national coffee platform was agreed, and it goes by the name of Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia (SCOPI) or ‘Kemitraan Untuk Kopi Berkelanjutan Indonesia (KKBI).
March, 31th, 2015

Launching SCOPI

On March 31, 2015, SCOPI was finally launched in Jakarta.

Vision & Mission SCOPI

Vision

Promote & enhance public private partnership in coffee production & trade to achieve:

  • Economic opportunities for farmers
  • Food security
  • Environmental sustainability

Mission

Mission #1
The core driver of SCOPI is development of public private partnership in the coffee sector across Indonesia
Mission #2
SCOPI facillities sharing of learning & best practices, as well as alignment of all program leading towards synergy in the coffee sector
Mission #3
SCOPI promotes collaboration with other national coffee associations

Principles

  • Inclusive, participative, democratic
  • Neutral & pre-competitive
  • Farmer centric
  • Orientation based on solution, support of synergy, loyalty, & commitment
  • Benefit for all participants & sectors
  • Multi-stakeholder based
  • Open forum

GOALS SCOPI UNTIL 2021

Participation of members and stakeholders in the coffee industry expected SCOPI to lead and enable collective learning and innovation for the changing and challenges encountered by the coffee industry in Indonesia. Members, partners and task forces of SCOPI will be committed to measurable goals by 2020 within area of focus.

Organized Farmers
Farmers are well-organized and received training related to the sustainable coffee.stakeholders in the coffee industry
Coffee quality improvement
Coffee quality improvement and doubled the production
Access to Agri-Inputs
Farmers have access to agri-inputs for their farm(s)
Sustainability Standard and Geographical Indication (SSIG)
Knowledge building of stakeholders related to coffee Sustainability Standard and Geographical Indication (SSIG)
Sustainable Farming Standard
Coffee stakeholders to realize and gain the full benefits of Sustainable Farming Standard
Cooperation Program
Strong collaborative and cooperation program with the government and event organizers