Earlier this month (June 2019), NUCAFE welcomed and hosted GSBI friends from Santa Clara University- California,USA.
The fellowship program will benefit NUCAFE for the work they will be doing here and also build or add a stone to their careers.
A digital farmer profiling initiative, which enables coffee to be traced back to its roots, is paying off for smallholder farmers in Uganda. NUCAFE’s David Muwonge describes how coffee produced under the scheme is fetching far higher prices, revealing the strong potential of geo-referencing as a marketing tool to guarantee authenticity and origin.
Isaaya Kizza is a 23-year-old young man with a passion for coffee farming. He describes his love for farming as a “bitter-sweet love story”.
At the tender age of 19, Kizza began working on the farms neighbouring Nkokonjeru village in Buikwe District, during school holidays to supplement his pocket money at school.