Consortium of Coffee Growers' Cooperatives (Consortium des cooperatives des cafeiculteurs - COCOCA)
The Consortium of Coffee Growers' Cooperatives "COCOCA" is a union of Cooperatives of Coffee growers, created in October 2012 by Cooperatives having built their own depulping-washing stations.The Consortium of Coffee Cooperative Cooperatives "COCOCA" is a union of Cooperatives of Coffee growers, created in October 2012 by Cooperatives having built their own depulping-washing stations.The COCOCA union now counts 33 cooperatives with more than 27,000 member coffee growers, 34 Washing Stations and a HORAMAMA COFFEE DRY MILL.The cooperatives of coffee growers are the only shareholders in the COCOCA Union. Union COCOCA is designated by the terms "Cooperative Society", registered in the national trade register under No. RC 85178 and identified at the tax level under number 4000144867.
The history of the creation of COCOCA was born of the National Confederation of Coffee Farmers Associations "CNAC-MURIMA W'ISANGI" in acronym in collaboration with the support organizations.
The vision of the COCOCA Union is to become a model for the management of the coffee value chain by producers, in a liberalized / privatized sector and coffee farmers who are members of cooperatives become masters of the creation of the surplus value on their product up to And derive income from this activity which pays for their efforts and improves their standard of living.
The COCOCA Union has the task of coordinating and directing all technical activities relating to the development and operation of the coffee value chain within member cooperatives in activities related mainly to the production, processing, Promotion, marketing, management, financing, marketing of coffee, and member capacity building.See more