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The Selecta Coffee Fund
A better future for coffee farmers
The Selecta Coffee Fund programs address environmental and social elements influencing coffee yield and quality, farmer income, biodiversity, nature preservation, climate adaptation, and mitigation. Our target is to support at least 2.500 farmer families directly and more than 15.000 indirectly by 2025 through investing in farm-level programs and building long-term partnerships in our coffee supply chain.
We currently have programs running in Burundi, Rwanda, Honduras, and Colombia. We expect to launch more projects in our main sourcing origins in the next years to increase our impact across our Pelican Rouge coffee blends.
Download the Selecta Coffee Fund Brochure below, which includes recent updates and progress on our Coffee Fund programs.
SELECTA COFFEE FUND BROCHURE
these are the four impact areas of the selecta coffee fund:
We ensure coffee contributes to improved working conditions, income, yield, and profitability for coffee growers. This is done through climate resilience farming training, improved farm management practices, and farm diversification strategies.
We focus on safeguarding human rights in our sourcing areas. This includes building the foundation for gender equality and woman empowerment as well as supporting initiatives that prevent child labour in coffee fields.
The Selecta Coffee Fund embraces regenerative agriculture and agroforestry approaches to restore, protect, and maintain natural resources such as water, soil, and biodiversity. To us, healthy soils maintain healthy coffee trees, yield, and coffee quality for the long-term.
Carbon reduction & climate resiliance
The farm-level programs focus on climate adaptation and mitigation through carbon reduction and removals. We actively align our farm-level programs with the COP26 deforestation pledge to identify areas where coffee represent a risk or an opportunity to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.