Reports from Ethiopia—Part Four

An update from Deribe Wubayehu’s coffee farm in Ethiopia.
by Emily McIntyre | February 3, 2017

Reports from Ethiopia—Part Three

Emily McIntyre checks in from the Aregash Lodge in southern Ethiopia.
by Emily McIntyre | January 27, 2017

Do You Know Chisara Ehiemere

The aid group Coffee Kids was brought back to life and has a new director.
by Cory Eldridge | February 16, 2016

Harvest and Milling in a Conflict

Burundi's coffee farmers have a lot going against them.
by Cory Eldridge | August 31, 2015

Let’s Talk Coffee Suspends Brazil, Adds Rwanda

LTC Brazil is suspended, heading back to Rwanda.
by Regan Crisp | July 14, 2015

The Farmers’ Champion is on the March

An interview with Lutheran World Relief's Rick Peyser.
by Cory Eldridge | May 11, 2015

The Most Bird-Friendly Coffee

A new study says Ethiopian coffee farms are best for birds.
by Cory Eldridge | February 12, 2015

Keeping Up with Mama Claude

In Burundi, coffee farmers are also tea, bean, corn, and sweet potato farmers.
by Kristy Carlson | January 19, 2015

Cancer Prevention in Sidama

An East vs West fundraising challenge for roasters.
by Cory Eldridge | December 10, 2014

Pulling Tea out of Poverty

A coalition of NGOs, businesses, and state aide groups aims to improve tea wages.
by Cory Eldridge | July 9, 2014