Other Regional/Global Knowledge Hub

A key aspect of the Regional Knowledge Hubs is to identify sector challenges and solutions and communicate them between the regions and at the global level. This section, therefore, provides information on the other two regional coffee platforms collaborating with the ICO’s CPPTF; namely, The InterAfrican Coffee Organization (25 member countries in Africa) and PROMECAFE (9 member countries in MesoAmerica). As well, it presents the ICO’s Global Knowledge Hub where sector level challenges and responses are discussed, creating a global flow of information and sector level discussion that can lead to concrete action to achieve the sector transformation to an economically resilient and sustainable coffee sector.

CPPTF Goals / Commitments

The Coffee Public-Private Task Force was established by the International Coffee Organization in 2019, following the signature of the “London Declaration” by 12 private sector companies, and upon the request of the International Coffee Council at its 125th Session. The Task Force is designed to build common ground for a global partnership between the coffee industry and governments, guided by the overriding vision of the sustainability of the sector and prosperity for grower communities.
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Related Sources: London Declaration

Technical Workstreams

The technical workstreams have been activated and started providing the expertise required to close key knowledge gaps, elevate existing research and begin interventions in selected ICO exporting countries.

Technical Workstreams are organized according to the thematic areas as identified by the Resolution 465/London Declaration and are expected to produce technical inputs and reports to support the implementation of Task Force commitments and concrete actions.

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ACF Collaboration in CPPTF

In December 2022, ASEAN Coffee Federation signed a Joint Declaration with the International Coffee Organization, becoming an interested partner of the ICO in the implementation of its CPPTF, and in particular to its Technical Workstream on Living and Prosperous Income (LPI TWS). Through the support from Germany's GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH), ACF is committed towards building and implementing the LPI work with its members in the ASEAN region.