• IWCA Uganda Chapter

    IWCA Uganda Chapter

    Access good quality coffee for exporters and buyers through our women groups.

    Lobby & Advocacy

  • IWCA Uganda Chapter

    IWCA Uganda Chapter

    Promoting possibilities through trainings and capacity building

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  • IWCA Uganda Chapter

    IWCA Uganda Chapter

    Some of IWCA Uganda Chapter members during a Coffee show.

    Who we are

Who We Are

The International Women’s Coffee Alliance (IWCA) Uganda Chapter is part of a global network of self-organized, self-governing women in coffee lobby and advocacy organizations.

At the global level, women from Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and the United States of America came together to focus on their shared interest: improve all aspects of the coffee industry by empowering and connecting women. With their vision, and the support of founding partners, the International Women’s Coffee Alliance was born.

Over time, and with important partnerships within and across the industry, the idea grew into an established organization that connects individuals, communities, and organizations, empowering women to lead the way to sustainable livelihoods, ultimately advancing the global coffee industry. Read more..

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Uganda Hosts, Signs Agreement with China’s Yunnan International Coffee Exchange

On September 24, 2019 | Uncategorized

Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) in collaboration with the Embassy of the Republic of Uganda

Coffee farming and beekeeping: diversifying to save a natural partnership

On September 24, 2019 | Uncategorized

Diversification in specialty coffee farming means introducing new products to the farm so that coffee

Coffee Farmer Groups benefit from IWCA Advocacy Training in Mityana.

On September 24, 2019 | IWCA NEWS

On 13 September 2019, the IWCA Uganda Chapter held an advocacy training, engaging Duty Bearers

Domestic Coffee Consumption in Uganda: Women Leading the Way.

On September 24, 2019 | IWCA NEWS

Meet Rose Kato, the legendary woman at the forefront of driving domestic coffee consumption in

Promoting Possibilities and Creating a Shared Value