• P.O. Box 119, Masaka, Uganda
  • (256) 752-837-382
  • info@kibingecoffee.com

Kasule John Mark

Operations Manager
  • Experience:

    5 Years

  • Email:

    johnmaka36@yahoo.com

  • Phone:

    +256 782-344-659

Kibinge coffee farmers’ cooperative society (KCFCS) is based on the principle of building the farmers’ capacity to manage their own institutions. Its organizational structure comprises 9 democratically elected committee members. The term of office for the board is 2 years according to the cooperative statute and byelaws. A board member is therefore not re-elected beyond two consecutive terms of office but may be re -considered for leadership after a period of 4 years. The day to day activities on the other hand are carried out by 13 members of staff led by the General Manager. Kibinge coffee farmers’ cooperative society (KCFCS) is based on the principle of building the farmers’ capacity to manage their own institutions. Its organizational structure comprises 9 democratically elected committee members. The term of office for the board is 2 years according to the cooperative statute and byelaws. A board member is therefore not re-elected beyond two consecutive terms of office but may be re -considered for leadership after a period of 4 years. The day to day activities on the other hand are carried out by 13 members of staff led by the General Manager. Kibinge coffee farmers’ cooperative society (KCFCS) is based on the principle of building the farmers’ capacity to manage their own institutions. Its organizational structure comprises 9 democratically elected committee members. The term of office for the board is 2 years according to the cooperative statute and byelaws. A board member is therefore not re-elected beyond two consecutive terms of office but may be re -considered for leadership after a period of 4 years. The day to day activities on the other hand are carried out by 13 members of staff led by the General Manager.

Know Our Story From Grassroots

It all started with 4 coffee farmers in Kibinge, Central Uganda. Kibinge is a region that has long been famous for excellent Robusta coffee. Due to economic pressures and political unrest, the quality and volumes of the coffee had plummeted by 1995. That is when our four founding coffee farmers decided to bring the tradition of high quality Robusta coffee back to the hills of Kibinge and formed a farmers’ association that would later become Kibinge Coffee Farmers’ Co-operative Society (KCFCS).

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