As a new organisation, SCOPI requires internal recognition. Specific legal obligation are its governing documents related to organisation and its office. Furthermore, stakeholders and government reinforcement are needed through programs collaboration, campaigns.
Secretariat office has been the core of programs implementation and activities carried by SCOPI aligned with working group. The working group were formed to ensure the direction, objective and output that want to achieved. Members are required to join a minimum of one working group.
Learning & Innovation
It is consist of a government Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) made with local and central government of Indonesia; trade, promo and exhibition; also training and internship dedicated to active students.
COFFEE FARMERS TRAINING
The National Sustainability Curriculum (NSC) for Robusta and Arabica Coffee in Indonesia was launched following a year of development with direct support of the SCOPI. A Training Manual on GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) and GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices Post-Harvest was also produced. The NSC and GAP for Robusta Coffee was launched on May 2nd, 2016, followed by Arabica’s NSC and GAP launching a year after, August 24th, 2017.
In continuation, implementation phase of the NSC and GAP books is the development of training program or Training of Trainer (ToT) to achieve the desired performance of Master Trainer (MT). The training activities of Robusta and Arabica delivered at different times and phases, as well as in different locations. ToT for Robusta MT designed in two stages. First training program took place on June 2nd until 7th of 2016 in Pagar Alam, South Sumatera Province; followed by the second program on September 21st to 22nd, 2016 in Lampung Barat, Lampung Province. A year after, ToT for Arabica MT held on August 26th to 29th, 2017 in Bondowoso, East Java Province.
The curriculum implementation along with ToT MT program was launched by SCOPI in cooperation of local government agencies, also strongly supported by Ministry of Agriculture of Indonesia and Global Coffee Platform (GCP).
Trainings have been provided for 123 Robusta MT originated from 11 provinces and 61 Arabica MT originated from 15 provinces in Indonesia to date. The commitment of SCOPI and detailed follow-up planning for MT to deliver their best performance of Good Agricultural Practice and Post Harvesting for sustainable coffee evident in several training programs where the trained MT passed their knowledge to numbers of farmers from farmers group throughout the coffee producing area in Indonesia.
GOALS SCOPI UNTIL 2020
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.