Climate change Impact/ Coffee production / Supply chains of Rwandan Coffee.

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From: Noella Nbihogo

Dear National Agricultural Export Development Board,

I would like to ask for the following information under Law no
04/2013 of 08/02/2013 relating to access to information.

1. Has climate change 10-20 years history negatively affected
coffee production? If not yet, what are the measures in place to
avoid climate change impact since it is an issue observed in East
Africa?

2. How much coffee has been exported so far this year, in 2018, and
2017? The benefit was valued at how much?

3. What happens to crops after they are harvested - what determines
if they reach a commodity or a specialty market?

4. Which foreign companies buy Rwandan coffee.

5. How are farmers paid for the crop? At what rate?

6. What measures are in place to ensure that Rwandan coffee is
labeled and sold as Rwandan?

Yours faithfully, Noella N.bihogo
[email address]
Senior Reporter +250788554551

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negatively affected coffee production? If not yet, what are the measures
in place to avoid climate change impact since it is an issue observed in East
Africa [...]

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From: Noella Nbihogo

Dear National Agricultural Export Development Board,

I'm writing to you again because you have delayed in responding to
my questions about Climate change Impact/ Coffee production /
Supply chains of Rwandan Coffee. You should have responded to me by
November 26, 2019, accordingly to the law in place, but I didn't
get back from you.

Please assist me in accessing the information needed for my
reporting.

Yours faithfully,

Noella Nbihogo
Email: [email address]
Phone number: 0788554551

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