G-2882

Women Coffee Producer 2.0

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Project Description

Region: South America

Country: Colombia

Location: Quindio

Total Budget: $37,222

Area of Focus: Community economic development



Recover coffee production in Quindío. Motivate the generational union of farmers so that the young person is more inclined to continue in the coffee business. Continue with the idea of the mother's legacy to her children.

Find alternative income for small coffee producers with temporary crops to sell and eat, while the production of the new crop begins. Provide housing stability in the countryside and thus contribute to curbing the migration of young people from the countryside to the cities. Change the techniques for washing and drying coffee in the mills, making it more attractive to new generations of growers; revitalize the coffee plantation by cultivating new production alternatives such as corn and beans. Expand the department's coffee park, contributing to the sustainability of the Colombian Coffee Cultural Passage.

The latent need in this community is the migration of young people (sons / daughters) to the cities to seek a more productive future.

The concern of the parents for the production of their land if their children do not remain on it.

The shortage of labor for coffee production in these areas of Quindío.

The desire of young people to continue with the legacy has been detected, provided that it represents progress, use of new cultivation techniques, training, and represents economic income to their families.

Women farmers who want to continue with the crops, but do not have economic resources or up-to-date knowledge.

Convincing new generations with new ideas for the viability of coffee production.

Training in market characteristics.

Supply a demand for specialty coffee in the market.

Allow alternative crops during the establishment of this type of coffee.

Showing the way for the correct cultural work of crops, both coffee and alternative crops (corn, beans).

Create communication channels for coffee growers and end consumers.

Training of new generations in updating, innovation and research.

Produce a special coffee or cup difference.

Marketing issues.

Search for direct contacts between coffee growers and buyers and traders in phase II.

Training in product regulations to be an exporter phase II.

Find a direct channel between the coffee grower and the consumer.

Accompanying diagram of the cup profiling process.

We have support contacts from government and private entities.

Continuous support from the Federation of Coffee Growers on basic necessities in Colombia and the world.

Permanence of culture and idiosyncrasies in Quindío.

Continuous education transmitted by growers and specialists.

Demand for a special rate of quality coffee produced by Colombia and especially in Quindío, which has the Center for Analysis and Capture and which will be at the service of women during and after the implementation of the project.

Use of orchards and alternative crops for sale, until the coffee production is in full production to take it for sale, which has the guarantee of purchase through the coffee growers cooperatives until it reaches the final consumer, as well as sell the surplus

Women will achieve a social, environmental and economic future.

With the implementation of productive projects in coffee, implemented by women, the gender inequality gap is broken and the sustainability and expansion of the coffee park is achieved, contributing with the declaration of the Coffee Cultural Landscape and the projection of permanence of new generations in front of coffee growing.

Training for beneficiaries....Agricultural Engineers, Federation of Coffee Growers...180 days.... $ 25.000.000 COP

Tools and Supplies...Federation of Coffee Growers, 36 kits for cleaning, washing and drying coffee and fertilizing coffee...$85.000.000

Seeds....Federation of Coffee Growers, kilos for 36 families...$13.000.000

Training for the preparation and marketing of coffee....Federation of Coffee Growers. 60 hours...$5.000.000

Workforce...The beneficiaries.....$00

Administration...Accounting expenses, audit, bank expenses and taxes....$6.000.000

TOTAL COP $134.000.000 USD $ 37.222

Primary Host Partner

District: 4281

Rotary Club of: Armenia International

Primary Contact: Rosa Elena Ramirez

Email: rossigerentesunshine@hotmail.com

Primary International Partner

District: 3012

Rotary Club of: E-Club of Connect D 3012

Primary Contact: Nischal Pandey

Email: nischal@acmehealthcare.com

Project Status

Need $11,672
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Project listed for the 2022-23 Rotary Year.

The TRF Grant application number is #2234369.

Proposed Financing

Existing Contributions Towards This Project

Date

Cash

DDF

Total

Armenia International (4281)

14-Feb-22

$2,000

$2,000

$4,000

E-Club of Connect D 3012 (3012)

6-Mar-22

$100

$0

$100

Miramar-Pines (6990)

6-Mar-22

$2,000

$2,000

$4,000

Cornwall Sunrise (7040)

6-Mar-22

$250

$0

$250

Global Passport (6330) (6330)

6-Mar-22

$5,000

$5,000

$10,000

Remaining Amount to Raise

Additional Club Contribution (Needed) - Add a contribution

$11,672

-

$11,672

Amount Requested from The Rotary Foundation

-

$7,200

$7,200

Total

$37,222

Note: as of July 1, 2015 there is a 5% additional support fee for cash contributions. This fee does not appear in the financials above because it does not apply if the funds are sent directly to the project account (without going through TRF, and therefore without Paul Harris credit). Clubs sending their cash contribution to TRF must be aware they will have to send an additional 5%.

Project Supporting Documents

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History Log Entries

14-Feb-22

System Entry

System Entry: Creation of project page.

6-Mar-22

by Rosa Elena Ramirez

System Entry: Pledge of $100 by NISCHAL PANDEY of the Rotary Club of E-Club of Connect D 3012, District 3012.

6-Mar-22

by Rosa Elena Ramirez

System Entry: Pledge of $2,000 with $2,000 DDF by LIGIA CORREDOR of the Rotary Club of Miramar-Pines, District 6990.

6-Mar-22

by Rosa Elena Ramirez

System Entry: Pledge of $250 by Bette Miller of the Rotary Club of Cornwall Sunrise, District 7040.

6-Mar-22

by Rosa Elena Ramirez

System Entry: Pledge of $5,000 with $5,000 DDF by JAMES SILLERS of the Rotary Club of Global Passport (6330), District 6330.

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