01 Mar '17, 11pm

Baratza: Good Stuff! #JavaJog returns to SpecialtyCoffee EXPO this year. Never too early to fundraise. via BARI…

JavaJog was founded by Kimberly, along with Beth Ann Caspersen of Equal Exchange and Aimee Russillo, as a way to bring light to the issues that women in coffee-producing countries face. As their website points out, “In most coffee-producing communities, women do much of the work, yet it is predominantly men who have access to the land and resources and who are targeted for training investments.” The JavaJog hopes to empower women and invest in training and resources that usually end up going to men. “The global coffee industry can no longer afford to let these significant capabilities go to waste as we try to resolve the monumental global challenges that threaten to disrupt the supply of quality coffee upon which our businesses thrive. Engaging the full capabilities of women and men in coffee producing communities and throughout the value chain will be what assures a susta...

Full article: http://www.baristamagazine.com/javajog-raises-money-women...

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