MENTORSHIP IS A HIGH-VALUE ACTIVITY AT COFFEE FOR PEACE

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Fred Abelitado is our coffee roasting guru.

Now happening at the backyard of the office of CoffeeForPeace.Com:

  • Our farming partners from Mount Apo, the Ancestral Domain of the Bagobo Tribe, deliver their Arabica coffee cherries;
  • Nowie Blag and Jose Calaba, PAR (Peace and Reconciliation) Monitors from the Dulangan Manobo Tribe, who also have planted 10,000 Arabica coffee trees in their Ancestral Domain, are being trained by Fred Abelitado, our in-house coffee processing guru;
  • Jude, a son of PAR Leaders in Eastern Mindanao, Clay & June Rojo, is also being trained in post-harvest coffee processing, basic barista skills, and basic food service administration.

Here’s a video of this particular event.

Yes, we’re in the coffee business. But beyond that, we’re in the business of multiplying inclusive development leaders through hands-on mentorship.

I’m so grateful for the in-house mentors, the CFP Management Team.

 

 

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