I´ve realized that for me the big work is to see if I can make a significant difference in the dryness of the coffee with the communities I work with, or a significant difference in the knowledge of the farmers on how to dry thier coffee.
This is the biggest problem with the coffee from farmers I work with, it's not dry enough, and therefore it gets damaged, and then it can't be exported, so it gets a lower price.
My goal for the next year is to have a campaign in the area where I live to get the coffee dry enough, one big push to try to see if farmers can get their coffee to a high enough quality to sell internationally, and if the price is worth it for them to do the extra work to get the coffee down to that dryness.
more to come...
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