Coffee Belongs to the Farmer! Breaking Chains to Ignite Prosperity.

Our Commitment

Radical Transparency.

Jamii Coffee: Connecting with Kenyan Community

What does Jamii mean? It's the Kiswahili word for Community, a value deeply rooted in the Kenyan culture. Community inspires us to grow together, to support each other, and to celebrate our achievements. That's why we created Jamii Coffee, a social enterprise that ...

Creating Change

Kenyan coffee has a lot of potential to overcome the challenges it faces, such as climate change, neglect and exploitation. These challenges have been affecting the livelihoods of Kenyan coffee farming families, but we are optimistic that we can turn things around. We are committed to creating a fair and ...

Numbers Speak For Themselves

  • +2,800 small scale farmers
  • +6 years in Kenyan coffee trade
  • +200,000 lbs. of coffee traded

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