Get together over coffee, and help transform the lives of coffee farming families in Africa.
Whether it’s a small coffee morning at home, or a bigger occasion at work or in your community, your event will help Rwandan families to grow their own futures, on their own land, on their own terms.
In English, Ikawa n’Inka means ‘Coffee and Cows’. To families in Rwanda, it means much more. Cow manure fertilises the soil. This helps grow vegetables and good quality coffee beans that people can sell, earning a vital income. Our Ikawa n’Inka project is aiming to change the lives of nearly 30,000 people in some of the poorest parts of rural Rwanda.