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ezuayehu Shone Coffee Plantation - For the love of coffee

 
 
 
 
 

Business Ventures

 
Besides a coffee different variety of coffee Arabica,, the Bezuayehu Shone Coffee Plantation is undertaking an adaptation trial of different spices with the view to integrating them with coffee production and identifying new opportunities to be able to diversify product representations that will drive an expanded business revenue stream while providing an environmentally sound emphasis on conservation and crop biodiversity implementation methods. In addition to the coffee nursery at the plantation, the company regularly exports stop specialty natural Limu Organic sun-dried coffee. For interested customers we are geared to accommodate the export of coffee Arabica from different regions of the country; such as Sidamo, Yirgacheffeand Limu washed grade two. Djimmaha grade 3-5, Lekempti grade 3-5, and other blends to meet the ever-growing supply and demand that is created by the diverse needs of a global economy and a consumer-driven market.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
It has been noted that gender division of labor in rural Ethiopia is most likely task-specific rather than crop-specific (eg. as plowing is the domain of men). Rural women tend to have considerable decision-making power with respect to low-value items and to crops grown within the homestead. Bee keeping investments which are set nearby residence, attended by women have a positive income bearing on the household in general and particularly on women. Through honey production women would be able to increase their household income thus to a degree improving food security. Such an initiative will provide an alternative means of reliable income that makes the beneficiaries less dependent on expected freebies and decreases future vulnerability because beekeeping is not only low-risk but a long/short-term gain intervention that is sustainable.
 
 
 
 
 

EDUCATION

 
In consultation with the community and BSCP to build an elementary school and teacher’s housing. During the first Half of the school year we took all the financial burden; such as school supplies, teaching materials, students’ notebooks, and pens as well as teacher’s salaries until the ministry of education stepped in. Ever since the school was established the 15 km plus -uphill / downhill- distance walked by children to the nearest town for schooling has ceased and school site proximity encouraged parents to send all their children to school. For the 2017/18 school year attendance reached 600+ for which the majority happen to be young girls. We are devoted to accommodating the yearly increasing number of students in future collaboration with other concerned partners.