Kampala 14.59 km

Contact Person: Ysakor Hailesselassie Hailu, Country Representative. Mob: +256 756 080 402. Email: selassie@agriterra.org.

Contact Person: Jasper Spikker, Regional Manager. Email: uganda@agriterra.org.

Established: in 1997 by the Dutch farmer organizations like ZLTO, LTO, NCR among others.

Partners: Uganda Cooperative Alliance (UCA) and Ministry of Trade Industry and Cooperatives (MTIC).

Networking events: Harvest Money Expo.

Target market: Cooperatives

Interest: To network with development partners

Description: Agriterra is an Agri agency that provides high quality hands-on advice, training and exchange services to cooperatives and farmer organizations with an aim to improve the socio-economic conditions of the people in the rural areas.

Contact Person: Andrew Wakabi, Business Development. Mob: +256 756 232 529. Email: Andrew.Wakabi@cevalogistics.com.
Description: clearing & forwarding.

Contact Person: Jeffrey Steinberg. Email: info@latitudetrade.co.

Established: 2016.

Certification: Certified B Corporation, Organic Certification (US NOP and EU).

Description: Latitude is a social enterprise in Uganda producing and exporting specialty cocoa, bean to bar chocolate and cocoa derivatives. The company works with over 5000 certified organic cocoa farmers in Uganda to provide training and a stable market for wet cacao purchased directly from registered farmers at rural village collection points. Latitude operates central fermentation and drying facilities for the production of fully traceable specialty cocoa from several regions of Uganda, supplying chocolate companies in the US, EU and Asia markets. Latitude also produces its own bean to bar chocolate brand (Latitude Craft Chocolate), cocoa powder and cocoa butter at its factories in Kampala for sale in East Africa, US, EU and Japan markets.

Kampala 14.81 km

Description: supports coffee and cocoa value chain farmers in Uganda in partnership with Rwenzori Farmers’ Cooperative Union (RFCU).

Deals in coffee, packaging materials, jute gunny bags, laboratory equipment, bag closing machine and accessory, moisture meter e.t.c

Kampala 14.99 km

GPS Coordinates: 0.31479, 32.59103.

Contact Person: Joseph Nkandu, Executive Director. Mob: +256 772 595 030. Email: joseph.nkandu@nucafe.org

Contact Person: Nuwagaba Deus, Deputy Executive Director and Operations Management. Mob: +256 774 300 628, +256 706 717 260. Email: deus.nuwagaba@nucafe.org.

Description: NUCAFE is an umbrella national coffee farmers’ organization founded in 2003 as a successor of the Uganda Coffee Farmer’s Association (UCFA). NUCAFE has grown and evolved as a vibrant private sector led farmer organization formed to serve and position farmers well in the liberalized coffee value chain in Uganda

Kampala 15.03 km

Description: aBi finance various activities along the coffee value chain in Uganda

Contact Person: Leopold Mumbere, Regional Coffee and Cocoa Director in East Africa. Mob: +243990 956 184. Email: leopold.mumbere@rikolto.org

Contact Person: Stan Lietaer, Coffee and Cocoa Business Development (Uganda). Email: stan.lietaer@rikolto.org.

Established in: 1958 under the name “Vredeseilenanden” in Belgium and since 1995 in Uganda under the name “VECO”.

Award: VUFO’s Certificate of Merit in 2021 (https://vietnam.rikolto.org/en/news/rikolto-awarded-vufos-certificate-merit-2021)

Membership: Beyond Chocolate.

Partnership: Belgian Government, European Union, NAAC, AMEA, SHONA, DOEN foundation, Kyaninga Forest Foundation, SWT e.t.c.

Target beneficiaries: Smallholder coffee and cocoa farmers in Western Uganda (Albertine rift area).

Interest: To link up with all the relevant actors in coffee and cocoa, to see what is possible to contribute to sustainable growth in both value chains.

Description: Rikolto is an International NGO supporting smallholder farmers in different agricultural value chains,  including coffee and cocoa. In the region, we have experience in both crops in DRC, and are looking to start up activities in Uganda. Rikolto uses a holistic agroforestry approach, making the smallholder farmer a valuable and resilient part of the value chain. We strengthen their linkage to markets and financial services, while applying Inclusive Business principles. Resilience requires a focus on food security, climate change mitigation and financial literacy.

Kampala City - Uganda 15.21 km

KiM Coffee Roasters Uganda is a registered High – Value Specialty & Exceptional Coffee Distributors & Roasters of Both Arabica and Robusta Coffee varieties in Uganda – East Africa, Established out of curiosity by the Directors to research More abt the Possible Pros/cons of consuming Coffee with a Focus not only on the flavor attributes & texture of the drink but basically on the potential Beneficial effects of Coffee on Human Health.

Description: FAO works with different stakeholders to promote cocoa and coffee value chains in Uganda.

Contact Person: Mugenyi Musenze Robert, Ssenkulu (C.E.O). Mob: +256 752 612 516.

Contact Person: Sarah Nansubuga, Finance and Administration Officer. Mob: +256 703 642 480.

Twitter: @bucadef

Facebook: @bucadef


Product Brand: Emmwanyi Yaffe

Established in: 1997

Membership: Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU), Uganda Small and Medium Enterprises Association (USSMEA), Uganda Association
of Private Vocational Institutions (UGAPRIVI) and Uganda Larges Scale Farmers Association (ULFA) among others.

Partnership with: Ministry of Water and Environment, Ministry of Information Communication Technology, Ministry of Agriculture Animal Industries and Fisheries and Private Sector Foundation Uganda.

Networking Events: Uganda Coffee Day, Uganda Coffee Breakfasts, National Coffee Steering Committees and Uganda Trade Portal Development.

Interests: Access global market and increase visibility of the locally produced coffee and cocoa in Uganda.

Description: Through the Mmwanyi Terimba Programme, BUCADEF has been able to increase coffee production in the 26 Buganda Region Districts to 35% in 7 years. Cocoa has not been vibrant, however, now that the cocoa sector is getting amalgamated with UCDA, BUCADEF is also strategizing to get the cocoa producers publicized. BUCADEF is collaborating with selected Kiboko mills to bulk and process organized farmers’ coffee for value addition. BUCADEF is also into specialty coffee market, currently BUCADEF has groups of farmers wet-processing their coffee to meet the demands of specialty coffee market. The coffee that BUCADEF collects from the farmers is graded and marketed for its quantity and quality. BUCADEF has also ventured into roasting and has introduced Emmwanyi Yaffe coffee brand on the market to meet the growing demand of roast and ground coffee as well as to promote domestic coffee consumption.

Description: UCTF’s vision is to have sustainable coffee production and trade in Uganda and its mission is to engage and work with all stakeholders to promote sustainable coffee production and trade to achieve its goal of sustaining and increasing volumes and quality of traded coffee.

Contact Person: Gerald Katabazi, CEO & Founder. Email: gkatabazi@gmail.com.

Description: Coffee processor, exporter and deals in handcrafted roasted beans, green bean sourcing and barista training in East Africa.

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