Rwanda's Coffee Industry Battles With Low Farm Incomes

On average, the price of coffee at international market is between U.S.$2 and U.S.$5 depending on quality but farmers get only about a third of a dollar for a kilogramme of their coffee cherries, according to market estimates.

Photo: New Times

A coffee farmer in Rukara, Kayonza District (file photo).

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