Uganda Specialty

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Chocolate | Spice | Full Body | Rich | AA Graded

This beautiful coffee was grown in the Bugisu region on the slopes and rich soils of Mount Elgon in the Kapchorwa district of Uganda. The region is named after the Bugisu people who are native to the area.

The farmers in this region generate a sustainable income thanks to the “The Sipi Falls Coffee Project” which ensure a safe and high-quality coffee production process in the region.

A specialty roasted, full bodied brew. Perfect for those who live for coffee. Grown in Bugisu, Kapchorwa District, this AA grade coffee will captivate you and provide a moment of indulgence, even in the busiest days.

As a social enterprise, we dedicate 100% of the profit back to tackle poverty and provide education opportunities. Each 500g of coffee sold will provide 96 days of school in St John’s School, Kibera Slum.

 

Size

500g, 1Kg

Grind

Whole beans, Stove top, Espresso, Plunger

1 review for Uganda Specialty

  1. Niv Atar (store manager)

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    The coffee is absolutely delicious, and the delivery was smooth (we are based in Melbourne, coffee is from Queensland). The cause is great, happy to support such a great initiative.

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Our Story.

It all started ten years ago when our founder, Jim, stepped inside Kibera, Africa’s largest slum. A slum of almost a million people, all living in an area the size of New York Central Park. 

After spending time at St Johns School in Kibera, where learning is made difficult by dark classrooms, leaking roofs and hungry stomachs, he returned to Australia, where companies just seemed to be driving for profits, at any cost. 

It was over a coffee where we wondered if there was a way we could have an impact over there, through something we drink every single day. 

That is how Nice Coffee Co. was born. 

A 100% social business dedicated to providing access to education in Kibera, through your daily cup. 

Join us on our journey.

Help us brew the nicest coffee the world has ever seen.

 

Breaking the cycle of poverty through education 

Project: St John’s School, Kibera Slum

Nairobi, Kenya

St. John’s primary school was started by Josiah Munyutu in the year 2002, with the aim of helping the orphans, street children and the poor. It now has over 400 students.

Goal #1. To completely renovate every classroom in the school, to create an environment for learning.  It is difficult to learn and concentrate in a classroom with minimal light, or a leaking roof. We want to change that. By giving each classroom a complete structural renovation, we will improve the quality of education and the future of these kids lives.

Kibera is Africa’s largest slum, with 800,000 people living in an area the size of New York Central Park. Most of Kibera slum residents live in extreme poverty, earning less than $1.00 per day. Unemployment rates are high. Persons living with HIV in the slum are many, as are AIDS cases. There are few schools, and most people cannot afford education for their children.

Education provides hope. We believe it’s the best tool to help these kids to break the poverty cycle.

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Maximum shipping charge per order $9.90
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