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  1. Background
  2. How do the chain pillar work?
  3. Organization in four regions


The Cooperatives Consortium "COCOCA" is a union of the Cooperatives of Coffee growers, created in October 2012 by Cooperatives having built their own depulping-washing stations. The COCOCA meeting now counts 33 Cooperatives with more than 27000 member coffee farmers , 34 Washing Stations and a HORAMAMA COFFEE DRY MILL.

The cooperatives of coffee growers are the only shareholders in the COCOCA Union. Union COCOCA is designated by the terms "Cooperative Society", registered in the national trade register under RC No. 85178 and identified at the tax level under number 4000144867...




Ensure coop financial access

Ensure quality management

Ensure certification

Ensure Market access

Quality control :

At the first level it is the whole process of processing at the washing station since the collection of cherry selected, pulping, grading, drying and storing parchment coffee.At the second level, the entire HORAMAMA plant has been decommissioned since the receipt and traceability of the coffee parchment, machining, grading-sorting and physiological.

Commercialization :

The good result of the quality control process on the two cited levels (pulping and dewatering) meets the defined policy and plans ahead in the COCOCA marketing strategy. A good promotion and marketing policy in international and local markets is evaluated and updated every year. The results of the commercialization is the result indicator of the system.

Funding :

The activities of the processing and marketing process (operation in general) and the payment of the cherry collected, always require pre-financing before the result of the contract. Dives financial partners and donors to the Union's turn COCOCA participate with several forms of financing

Certification and capacity building:

Are the two axes that are wide and transverse. They cover the whole chain from the planters and their plantations to the final market. A strong complementarity and synergy with other actors is put in place. The best coordination at this level determines the success and strength of the system. The following diagram traces the players in the COCOCA coffee value chain


Northern Region INTORE

Northern provinces: Kayanza, Ngozi, Kirundo and Muyinga.

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Region Center INGOMA

Central East provinces: Muramvya, Gitega, Karuzi and Rutana.

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Southern Region AGASIMBO

The provinces concerned are Bururi and Rumonge.

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West Region UMUYEBE

Western provinces: Cibitoke and Bubanza.

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Evolution of Producution


Wet Mills


Number famers




Improve techniques in specialty coffee processing

Improvement of coffee beverage quality by using selected yeasts strains during the fermentation in dry process.

Produce certified coffee

The certified coffees represent economic, social and environmental benefits, resulting in better quality products..

Promote coffee members

Promoting coffee consumption and developing markets for all types of coffee can make an important contribution.

Reinforce capacity building

Because it guarantees a Minimum Price for what they farm, cococaburundi is helping growers of coffee, to have more financial security.

Coffee chain Value

C offee production in Burundi is often done by small producers in groups or individuals who each have a few coffee trees. According to classification of a study by World Coffee Research, we can categorize 3 types of plantation in the area:


  • Quality control
  • Commercialization
  • Funding
  • Certification and capacity building

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in a liberalized / privatized sector and coffee farmers.

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