Jan von Enden (Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung)

The future of coffee begins with young farmers – but why should they care to continue producing?

  • Can coffee production be a viable economic option for the next generation of farmers?
  • What are typical trends in coffee communities in terms of age profiles?
  • How can we secure the future of coffee producing communities?

 

CV Jan von Enden:

Jan von Enden is part of the Executive Management of Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung (HRNS), a non-profit foundation based in Hamburg, Germany. HRNS implements hands-on projects to improve working and living conditions of small-scale coffee farming families through enhancing their economic and social development.

Jan has been spending most of his career managing coffee sustainability programs in producing countries, such as Peru, Vietnam, Costa Rica, Papua New Guinea and others. Until recently, he led the HRNS strategic office in New York to develop new partnerships that support the foundation's mission.

 

   

Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung (HRNS):

 

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