Drawing from interviews and surveys of coffee industry stakeholders, this policy brief outlines 17 reforms to Kenya’s coffee production chain that can help environmental progress and economic development work in tandem.

SCPs will increase revenue and employment at all levels of the value chain, authors argue, with improvements in the farming, processing, milling and marketing of Kenya’s coffee.

With financial and educational support from agricultural ministers at the local and national levels, Kenya can scale the recommended reforms to improve the livelihoods of farmers and strengthen their position in the global coffee market while also helping the climate.