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trees planted
9,33,,000
surface planted
536 Ha

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HIGHLIGHTS

Sumatra is the largest producer of Indonesian coffee, growing Arabica in the highlands and Robusta in the lowlands.

Adding value to coffee fields with agroforestry plantations, improving ecosystem conditions and ensuring long-term quality.

Promoting communities’ self-sufficiency by planting species with economic value for farmers.

Location

Aceh, North Sumatra and Lampung provinces in Sumatra, Indonesia

Type

Agroforestry and reforestation

Local partner

KBQ Baburrayyan cooperative, Louis Dreyfus Commodities

Participants

701 farmers engaged

Achievements

933,000 trees planted

supply chain

Coffee

Local partner

Baburrayan Coop (KBQB) in Aceh:
– Fair Trade & Organic certified cooperative was created in 2002 to help create stable market access for its members and revive the coffee industry after the civil war
– Gathers small-scale coffee farmers who grow Gayo Highlands coffee (Arabica) on the hillsides surrounding the town of Takengon

Groups of coffee farmers in Lampung and North Sumatra
– Several groups of small-scale coffee farmers growing Arabica (North Sumatra) and Robusta (Lampung) coffee

Plantation models

Species planted

Apokat - Persea Americana

Apokat – Persea Americana

Duku - Lansium parasiticum

Duku – Lansium parasiticum

Durian - Durio Zibethinus

Durian – Durio Zibethinus

Petai - Parkia speciosa

Petai – Parkia speciosa

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participants

The participants are small-scale farmers having 100% of their land under coffee, they are very dependent on coffee production and its price.
The average surface area they own is 1 ha. They are very poor families below the poverty line, relying on coffee production and self-sufficiency for food.

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pdf Kopi Lestari - 2020 Reporting