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The increasing demand for coffee is driving unsustainable production, with forests, biodiversity and small-scale producers often paying the price. To tackle this growing issue, the Food Systems, Land Use and Restoration (FOLUR) Impact Program is improving coffee value chains in key countries – Burundi, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, Papua New Guinea, Peru and Uganda –  through the promotion of sustainable food and commodity production systems as well as conservation, education and restoration activities.



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