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Ethiopia hosts the International Coffee Organization’s 4th World Coffee Conference

Addis Ababa, 08 March 2015 – The coffee community from Africa and around the world gathered in the Ethiopian capital for two days of engaging debate at the 4th World Coffee Conference, hosted by the Government of Ethiopia. The 77 Member Countries of the International Coffee Organization (ICO) and over 900 attendees, including coffee growers and […]


Uganda Coffee Development Authority will be holding coffee promotions dubbed “Coffee Expos 2016” in three regions of the Country, namely Central (Kampala), East (Mbale) and western Uganda (Marana and Fort portal. The campaign starting today 18th March,2016 at Garden City shopping mall in Kampala before rolling out to other parts of the country is aimed […]


Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with (MOU) with Buganda Kingdom to develop a corporation that will promote the business entities within Buganda Kingdom. The two parties shall explore modalities of collaboration, information sharing and working together to organize events, expos or trade fairs. They will also explore modalities […]

6th Uganda Coffee Day and Exhibition

When: Thur 1st October, 2015, 10am Where: GLADFarm in Kapeeka – Nakaseke District Theme: FOCUS ON PRODUCTIVITY: THE COFFEE SECTOR AT THE CLIMATE CHANGE FRONTLINE Guest of Honour: The Ambassador of Norway, H. E. Susan Eckey Keynote Speaker: Mr. Anthony Kagoro. Climate Change Specialist R.S.V.P: MUGENYI Robert-0752-612516 SPONSORS: DIRECTIONS:

The 3rd Uganda Coffee Day

The Uganda Coffee Day is an annual convention of coffee stakeholders that marks the beginning coffee year in Uganda to focus and appreciate a selected challenge of the industry and also share in the mitigation strategies of going forward in the coffee year. Date: 4th October 2012 Venue: Coffee Research Center Kituza, Mukono Theme: Uganda@50, […]


A group of ten Trainers of Trainers (TOT) and four auditors are scheduled to have a number of training sessions this month and next week respectively for the ongoing coffee verification and certification which is a project funded by the Common Fund for Commodities (CFC) who mandated the East African Fine Coffees Association (EAFCA) to […]