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Press Release Jakarta, June 24th, 2020 For immediate release   Public-Private Partnership is Key to Achieve Sustainable Productivity Target and Market Stability of Coffee in Indonesia Collaborative Discussions in Indonesia Sustainable Coffee Forum 2020   Coffee is one of the leading commodities of Indonesia’s foreign exchange sources. Based on data from the Ministry of Agriculture

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SCOPI programs and activities in 2019 that supported sustainable coffee in Indonesia are available on SCOPI Annual Report 2019 which available in both Bahasa and English. Download file.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has been impacting multi-sectors, including the coffee supply chain in Indonesia. In response to the situation, on April 16, 2020, the Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia (SCOPI) supported by the Global Coffee Platform (GCP) had held another DISKO (Diskusi Kopi/Coffee Discussion) event, with the topic entitled “Anticipating COVID-19 Impacts on the Coffee

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SCOPI has demonstrated its commitment to the future of coffee plantations in Indonesia by providing training for Master Trainers to train farmers on how to practice the Good Agricultural Practices and Post Harvest, and implement sustainable coffee plantations. To maintain the quality and standard of procedures, SCOPI has carried out a monitoring evaluation by measuring

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Indonesia’s coffee network

Global Coffee Report– Indonesia is a 5100-kilometre-long archipelago – the largest in the world – made up of 17,500 islands with an area of more than 1.9 million square kilometres. With more than 1000 inhabited islands and nearly 750 different languages, Indonesia is one of the most culturally diverse regions in the world. Indonesia is

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Speakers Kiki Anggraini, Country Coordinator, USAID Oceans Ms. Kiki Anggraini has 15 year experiences on marine and fisheries issues. She started her career with the Indonesian Coral Reef Foundation as a Program Manager in 2000, worked to raise awareness and education on coral reef conservation. Later she became consultant at Center of Climate Change Financing –

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WATARU SUZUKI, Nikkei staff writer PANGALENGAN, Indonesia — When Wildan Mustofa ventured into the burgeoning specialty coffee market six years ago, he had already built a successful potato farming business on his plantations in the chilly highlands of Bandung, West Java. The new undertaking, though, took time to bear fruit.  “I wasn’t very successful at

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Coffee lovers can be any age. Local residents, young and old, crowded to try free coffee from 12 tester thermos bottles containing Robusta coffee from various provinces across the country during the 2nd Nusantara Coffee Festival in the town square of Bondowoso, East Java, in August. They did not have to go all the way to Aceh

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