The Burundi Agribusiness program works with coffee sector stakeholders from producers to specialty coffee buyers to enable Burundi to realize its potential for producing coffees of the highest order, through sustainable practices and for discriminating markets worldwide. This documents provides a summary assessment of BAP impact on the adoption of coffee quality practices.
In order to increase yield, the density of arabica coffee plantation was studied in a comparative study in the province of Kayanza, Burundi.
Comparison of different Arabica Coffee varieties.
This paper studies the causes of one of the defects of coffee, that of a potato taste.
This essay studies the effect of fertilization on Arabica Coffee in the Burundi province of Ngozi.
This press release visits the work being done by Michigan State University as part of the Burundi Agribusiness Program and their role in the Burundi Coffee Sector
This article looks at the role of women behind the Burundi coffee industry, it explores their struggles and their victories.
At the International Women’s Coffee Alliance (IWCA) dinner held in conjunction with the SCAA conference this spring, women
leaders in coffee from Dominican Republic and Burundi signed Letters of Understanding to be recognized as IWCA chapters.
This document reports on the workshop discussing all aspects of the Burundi Coffee Sector hosted by OCIBU on February 1997 in Bujumbura.
This document presents the results of 4 years of work done in Burundi and Rwanda to determine the best course for mineral fertilization of Arabica coffee plants.
Published in French.