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Tracking the price farmers pay for Rwanda’s premium coffee

Tracking the price farmers pay for Rwanda’s premium coffee

You could be in London, New York, Sydney or Johannesburg, enjoying a cup of premium coffee; say an aromatic cappuccino or a espresso. As you take a sip on the emotionally evoking crashed bean, think of Jonas Nsanzumuhire, a 28 year-old Rwandan coffee farmer from a remote village in Gakenke district of Northern Rwanda. Nsanzumuhire […]

Justice in Rwanda, but not from the courts

Justice in Rwanda, but not from the courts

Jeanine Mukayuhi, 50, a resident of Gatsibo district in the furthest eastern part of Rwanda, spent a decade battling a court case with hope to recover her inherited land, but justice kept escaping into an alley. Mukayuhi became miserable, desperate and hopeless. “The land was meant for growing food for my family,” she says. “But […]