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Coffee

THE SECRETARY GENERAL'S VISION

To show the overriding role of coffee in the socio-economic development of Africa, the Heads of State of 11 African coffee producing countries, namely Angola, Cameroon, Central Africa, Congo (RDC), Côte d’Ivoire, Dahomey (Benin), Gabon, Kenya, Madagascar, Uganda, Tanganyika (Tanzania), met on 7 December 1960 in Antananarivo, Madagascar, and resolved to create the Inter-African Coffee Organisation (IACO).
Shortly after its creation, all the African coffee producing countries become members of IACO, realising the significance of united actions against the challenges facing the African coffee industry...

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General Secretariat

IACO’s vision is to see Africa become a global leader in the coffee sector. To achieve this vision, its mission is multifaceted, encompassing the enhancement of coffee quality...

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Research and Development

Under the general direction of the Secretary General of the Interafrican Coffee Organisation (IACO) and the African Coffee Research network (ACRN) and in liaison with the National Coffee...

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Economic Affairs

In conjunction with coffee authorities in IACO Member States and national or sub-regional organisations involved in coffee marketing, the DAE plays a leadership role in a team associated...

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Call for Proposal: International Expert for Econometric Analysis and Workshop Facilitation in Togo Coffee Sector

The Inter-African Coffee Organisation (IACO) (as part of IACO’s Living Prosperous Income Project funded by GIZ and under the auspices of the ICO’s Coffee Private Public Task force) is seeking proposals from qualified international experts to conduct econometric analysis and lead a workshop on driver and stakeholder income analysis within the Togo coffee sector. This initiative aims to address income disparities among coffee farmers by identifying key drivers and stakeholders and formulating strategies to close income gaps.

Published at: May 6th, 2024

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Workshop on closing the gaps of the leaving income

Jun 2024
Lomé, Togo

6th African Coffee Scientific Conference

Aug 2024
Kampala, Uganda

1st African Women Coffee Conference and 1st African Coffee Festival 2024

Sep 2024
Lagos, Nigeria

The G25 African Coffee Summit

Oct 2024
Tanzania

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