Welcome to Environment and Coffee Forest Forum

Environment and Coffee Forest Forum (ECFF) is a local, non-political, non-religious and not-for profit civil society organization, first licensed and registered in 2005 and re-registered in 2009 and 2019 in accordance the relevant laws (Registration Number 0378). The vision of ECFF is a healthy and prosperous society that values, conserves and sustainably uses nature. Our mission is to reverse degradation of natural environment, and support societies and government to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, by conserving biodiversity, promoting sustainable and equitable use of renewable natural resources. ECFF primarily focus on developing strategies for the conservation and sustainable use of the coffee genetic resources, forest ecosystems and the environment in order to improve the livelihoods of local communities. ECFF’s programs include: research (biodiversity, forest, coffee, climate change, conservation planning), forest(conservation, use and restoration), coffee (conservation, sustainable production, value chains) and climate change (mitigation, resilience).

Vision

The vision of ECFF is a healthy and prosperous society that values, conserves and sustainably uses nature.

Mission

Our mission is to reverse degradation of natural environment, and support societies and government to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, by conserving biodiversity, promoting sustainable and equitable use of renewable natural resources.

Our Core Values

  • Genuine and mutual partnership 100%
  • Humanity 100%
  • Neutrality 100%
  • Gender equity and equality 100%
  • People centered 100%
  • Commitment 100%
  • Loyalty 100%
  • Team Spirit 100%
  • Responsive to challenges of environmental and climate change 100%
  • Multi-sect oral Partnership 100%
  • Transparency , accountability and value for money 100%
  • Learning , innovation and adaptation 100%
  • Shared understanding 100%
  • Efficiency and effectiveness 100%

Some of our Projects