Bringing field experiences to your home office with weekly webinars.

Join us for a weekly webinar every Tuesday (9am PDT/ 12pm EDT/ 6pm CEST/ 7pm EAT) starting May 19, to dig into what it takes for coffee communities to thrive. Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung (HRNS) is working across seven countries, with offices and staff across various coffee producing communities, including those directly involved with the Coffee Kids program. The knowledge of our team, and their close relationships to coffee farming families, opens unique opportunities to create community-driven solutions and collect experience across geographic and cultural contexts. We’ll examine the situation of young adults in the communities where we work in Central America and Tanzania. We’ll share our approach and lessons learned as well as the success of young adults already crafting a new future.

Recognizing this is a challenging time across the globe, we invite you to engage directly with our Coffee Kids and HRNS staff from Tanzania and Central America.

Together let’s take a moment during this COVID-19 crisis to try something new – meet across regions of the world and exchange about cutting edge farming innovations by coffee farming families. Each week we will discuss areas of growth for young adults and why this is important for the future of coffee and coffee communities.

Connect. Explore. Exchange. We hope you can meet with us!

Webinar #1: Tuesday, May 19: 9am PDT/ 12pm EDT/  6pm CEST/ 7pm EAT 
Sparking the creativity and entrepreneurial spirit of youth

Webinar #2: Tuesday, May 26: 9am PDT/ 12pm EDT/ 6pm CEST/ 7pm EAT
Exploring gender inclusion within farming families and organizations

Webinar #3: Tuesday, June 2: 9am PDT/ 12pm EDT/ 6pm CEST/ 7pm EAT
Building resiliency in the face of a changing climate 

Webinar #4: Tuesday, June 9: 9am PDT/ 12pm EDT/ 6pm CEST/ 7pm EAT
Creating strong and thriving farmer organizations 

Questions?
Email us in advance if you have any specific questions you
would like us to answer during the webinars!

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Supply chain modeling and the impact of coffee cooperatives on farmers’ livelihood

Timna Eckschmidt is a student from Kühne Logistics University in Hamburg who researched for her master’s degree in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management within HRNS’ work with coffee cooperatives in Indonesia. In this Blogpost she shares her learnings and...