After being treated with a bone tumor in 2015, Ericka and her family considered selling their coffee farm to pay for her medical costs. She was barely making enough money from coffee sales to pay for her treatment, let alone the costs of managing a coffee farm.
We support smallholder women coffee producers with skills and market access so they can drive their communities towards a sustainable future.
With Bean Voyage's training, Ericka now earns 300%+ more in income. This means she has been able to enhance her skills while getting proper rehabilitation and care.Check out Ericka's Coffee
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