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Who are we?

We are the Cooperative Union of Coffee Associations and Producers, for which a publicity ceremony was held at the University of Sana'a on 15/01/2020 under the auspices of Marshal / Mr. Mahdi Al-Mashat - Chairman of the Supreme Political Council. Whereas the publicity ceremony was attended by number of representatives as a non-governmental entity bearing the hopes of farmers and stakeholders in the coffee sector and meeting their aspirations. It is authorized to speak on their behalf in all local and international forums. At the forefront of those hopes and aspirations is paving the way for global marketing and absorption of production, which will be reflected in response to prices and improvement in income, so that they can enable vertical and horizontal expansion of the crop in the future.

The phenomenon of the blessed recovery in the coffee sector was among the positive repercussions of the war and the political and economic fluctuations that Yemen has witnessed in the last decade. A delegation that was a clear sign of the beginning of a new era for Yemen to restore its historical position in the production and export of this crop, which has greatly benefited Yemen and Yemenis in the past centuries, as Yemen was one of the most important coffee producing countries, which has since become the most important economic agricultural commodity in the world, which is considered the second economic resource after oil on the global level.

Despite the global fame of Yemeni coffee as the first coffee source, and despite the presence of a strong local coffee culture, the presence of abundant genetic diversity, and great opportunities for the work of a large number of distinguished brands, as well as the advantage of the diverse agricultural environment and appropriate climatic conditions, as well as the presence of high quality And the distinctive taste of traditional Yemeni coffee varieties, and the national agricultural ecosystem for coffee development, but Yemen has not been able to take full advantage of these potentials to restore its historical position for many factors and obstacles.

From the above, the vast majority of stakeholders have formed an unbridled desire to develop the crop through the work of a coffee conglomerate that enables ministries, key government departments and relevant actors in the private sector and in any target sector (from small farmers to large international companies), development agencies, non-governmental organizations and coffee producer associations from the convergence to all fall under one entity, which is the Cooperative Union of Coffee Producers, so that the Union becomes an edifice that represents everyone, closes views and speaks on behalf of all stakeholders internally and externally, which will take coordinated measures to bring this crop as the previous era .