Coffee has played an eminent role socioeconomically for our country since the 1930s as a main source of income for its people. Burundi is blessed with an ideal topography for growing …
“Production”, the National Confederation of all Coffee Farmers Associations (CNAC-Murima w’Isangi) work hand in hand with the Department of the Ministry of Environment, Agriculture and Livestock for extensive service related to farm maintenance,
“Processing” there are three levels of processing: wet and dry processing and roasting. The former counts by date 282 wet mills (Coffee washing stations) owned either by farmers (cooperatives), private investors and state.
“Market Access” is the culminate one of the chain, the export of Café du Burundi is done by all actors licensed to play that role. They are mainly grouped in three consortia namely that of Cooperatives (COCOCA Union), Private (BUCOFCO) and State societies (SOGESTALs).
‘’Stakeholders’’ the Burundi Coffee industry dates from 1930’s with the colonial time. It has gone through so many reforms but the latest one that opened to privatisation and liberalisation of the sector. Along this period of time,