We are stronger together.
Delivering great organic coffee directly to consumers requires a significant amount of trust, collaboration and hard work throughout the supply chain. Pachamama Coffee Cooperative would like to thank its many partners, investors and advisors. Thank you for your vision and your continued support.
Cooperative Development Foundation
"The Cooperative Development Foundation's mission is to promote self-help and mutual aid in community, economic, and social development through cooperative enterprise." Pachamama Coffee received a grant and support from CLUSA International to help organize the cooperative in 2003.
NCBA CLUSA International
"NCBA's CLUSA International Program's history includes work on hundred projects in more than 100 countries in the following sectors: Cooperative Development, Agriculture and Food Security, Democracy and Governance, Natural Resource Management (NRM), Community-Based Health." Partners since 2004.
The Untours Foundation
"Founded in 1993, The Untours Foundation addresses poverty by providing low-interest loans to businesses around the world to create work, housing, and Fair Trade where they are needed most. We look for projects that are pioneering, innovative, replicable, and green." The Untours Foundation has been our partner since 2011.
Global Development Marketplace
"The Global Development Marketplace provides early state grant funding to support testing and development of innovative initiatives. To date, out of 20,000+ entrants, the Development Marketplace has selected over 1,000 finalists to participate in its global competitions." Pachamama won in 2008.
"The Ethical Trading and Investment Company (ETICO) is a business initiative that contributes to a more sustainable world by integrating the supply chain for a variety of products through ownership, quality assurance and the sharing of information. The Ethical Trading Company, Ltd is a trading initiative that employs a unique business model to create a more sustainable world."
"Agriterra's work is based on the conviction that if people organie themselves, they will be able to take responsibility of their development into their own hands. Strong and representative agricultural organizations are indispensable for the promotion of democracy and for a better distribution of income." Partner since 2008.
"infoDev is a global partnership program within the World Bank Group which works at the intersection of innovation, technology, and entrepreneurship to create opportunities for inclusive growth, job creation and poverty reduction." Pachamama received a grant from infoDev in 2004.
Low Carbon Enterprise Fund
"ERM's Low Carbon Enterprise Fund was established to support small "low carbon" businesses in the developing world. The fund sits within the ERM Foundation–a not-for-profit charity–and provides finance in the form of loans and equity stakes to entrepreneurs in emerging markets."
The World Bank
"The World Bank is one of the world's largest sources of funding and knowledge for developing countries. Its five institutions share a commitment to reducing poverty, increasing shared prosperity, and promoting sustainable development."