Based out of Germany, Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft works “to connect the disconnected”, striving to contribute to a world where everyone can live up to their potential. Our activities focus on children, youth and the families that raise them, aiming to reach as many people as possible, as effectively as possible. We currently direct about 75 percent of our funding to developing countries and about 25 percent to our domestic projects.

Our work in coffee aims to assist the many vulnerable smallholders who are growing coffee to exploit the full potential that coffee offers for them. We believe that coffee production is a unique opportunity for them to improve their livelihoods if they grow it better. And we aspire to get coffee farmers and their families out of extreme poverty by 2030. All of them.

Coffee Agronomy Training

Good agricultural practices, higher yields, better incomes for coffee-producing smallholder farmers – with these goals Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung (HRNS) is implementing the Coffee Agronomy Trainings in Uganda as part of a program of the Benckiser Stiftung Zukunft.