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We want to give live-changing
opportunities to future generations in a sustainable environment
We aim to enhance coffee and cocoa farm communities by providing them with the essential tools to foster their own sustainable development and improve their livelihoods in a safe environment, especially family farmers who are undergoing hardships or lack the resources. Our support will help them thrive and have better life conditions.
Farmers in need
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At Giveafew we can only make a difference in the lives of farmers in need through the help you can give by donating goods, money, sponsoring a specific project, or by simply spreading the word. If we think about the vast profits coffee and cocoa products make around the world, we believe that farmers, who perform the hard task of growing the beans, deserve exceptional support to access better life conditions. By providing fair opportunities, we will be investing in future farmer generations and serving a social purpose.
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By working together with us, your coffee or chocolate shops will be in a better position to provide direct aid to coffee and cocoa farmers, and you will be able to see straightforwardly the benefits your contribution will have on the beneficiaries. In turn, your customers will be glad and proud about the social benefits and positive impact their purchases at your shops will bring to cocoa and coffee farmers. This will definitely make a positive effect on your business goals.
Achieving good purposes
cooperating with us
Giveafew will promote co-operation initiatives with other coffee and cocoa enterprises which also promote social transformation and sustainable development. We will explore their projects and create partnerships to implement them in places where there is little hope. By partnering with them, we can develop projects aimed at improving farmers’ work and their livelihoods. These enterprises will be in a position to understand better the hard work these people perform and in doing so, they will acknowledge them with better incentives to improve their lives in the farms.
Between 140-200l of water are needed for processing crops for 1 cup of coffee, and ironically coffee is grown and processed in areas where there are shortages of clean and sanitized water.
A small farmer with very low productivity, even with a 24 percent netprofit, made a profit of only $21 dollars a month, or $247 dollars a year.
The average age of farmers is 56 years old. As the younger generation sees less and less to attract them to coffee farming, and more and more to attract them to the big city - it is this very human factor that poses the greatest risk to our supply chain.
Climate change in the tropics is pushing coffee and cocoa closer to the limits of physiological tolerance and constraining the places where they can grow in the future.
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