Image: Aimable Nshimiye (left) with members of the Sholi Cooperative. Image Credit: Atlas Coffee.
"The time and effort we put into growing coffee does not reasonably match the amount of returns we receive in the end. The main challenge is that we don't have enough buyers to take our harvest..." - Jean d'Arc Mugorewishaka, President of the Sholi Cooperative in Rwanda.
You can help change this. Join us at a free Fairtrade Fortnight event to discover Rwandan coffee and hear from Aimable Nshimiye, Managing Director of the Sholi Cooperative in the Muhanga District of Rwanda about the challenges that coffee growing communities face.
All our events are free to attend but registration is essential.
Tuesday 5 March: One World Shop, Edinburgh. Register here.
Wednesday 6 March: Rwandan Coffee Tasting & Discovery Session, Challenges Worldwide. Register here.
Saturday 2 March, Renfield Centre. Register here.
Thursday 7 March: Rwandan Coffee Tasting and discover Session, Matthew Algie. Register here.
Monday 4 March, St Andrews University. Register here.