at the Center for
Development Research (ZEF)
University of Bonn
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Last updated: November 17, 2008
The montane rainforests of south-eastern Ethiopia are the cradle of wild Coffea arabica, the archetype of a large proportion of modern commercial coffee breeds. Due to the dwindling size of the montane rainforests the precious resource of wild Coffea arabica has become threatened.
The overall objective of the project Conservation and use of the wild populations of Coffea arabica in the montane rainforests in Ethiopia (CoCE)is to combine
The current second project phase running from August 2006 to July 2009 focuses on the development of implementation strategies of model character for the concurrent conservation and use of both wild Coffea arabica and its natural habitat in the center of its diversity, the montane rainforests of southwestern Ethiopia.
Find out about CoCE, the project name.