NEW COMMUNITY OF COFFEE FARMERS REQUESTS PBCI-CFP TRAINING

A new group of farmers from around the Mount Apo area have requested our Inclusive Development Consulting Team to conduct a series of hands-on workshop on post-harvest coffee processing.

Sihaya Ansibod (green shirt), a member of our Inclusive Development Team, shares some pointers on coffee cherry sorting among workshop participants.

“We are excited in exploring further areas for collaboration with your group,” the farmers expressed in their letter of invitation, “not only in uplifting the socio-economic conditions of our assisted communities, but more importantly in ensuring sustained harmonious relationships between and among our various stakeholders.”

Sonny Bautista (long-hair, gray shirt), our Post-Harvest Plant Manager, answers participants’ questions on the fine points of drying coffee for maximum quality results.

Since this is in accordance with our vision and mission at PeaceBuilders Community and Coffee for Peace, our Inclusive Development Consulting Team gladly accepted the invitation and started the first of a series of hands-on coffee processing workshops.

This one-minute video summarizes the first session we had last week:

We are also happy to see the quality of the first batch of this season’s harvest. These photos will speak for themselves.

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