Under this project FMO is going to support Sucafina to develop ‘Farmer Hubs’. Farmer Hubs are both physical and digital businesses that create economically successful farmers through business models being tailored to the different origins and types of farmers. The project is designed in three phases, from i) incubation to ii) piloting to iii) scaling.
Sucafina, one of the leading coffee traders in East Africa, sourcing large volumes of coffee through its mainstream business, as well as premium coffee in smaller volumes, but with higher margins.
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