The Global Coffee Platform (GCP)

ABOUT GCP

The Global Coffee Platform is a multi-stakeholder membership association of coffee producers, trade, roasters, retailers, sustainability standards and civil society, governments and donors, united under a common vision to work collectively towards a thriving, sustainable coffee sector for generations to come.

GCP Members believe that sustainability is a shared responsibility and seeks to enhance farmers’ prosperity with profitability of coffee production, improved livelihoods and well-being, and conservation of nature.

Together with its Members and Country Platforms in coffee- producing countries, GCP works on increasing demand and supply of sustainably produced coffee in order to ensure diversity and the viability of the coffee sector. Through a Global Team, GCP works with companies, organizations and Country Platforms in coffee producing countries to align, act and grow to ensure the future of coffee and the sector at large.

With a farmer-oriented approach, GCP strives to address the most critical sustainability challenges and contribute to greater collective impact on the livelihoods and natural environments of coffee farming communities.

 

OUR HISTORY

The Global Coffee Platform was born out of a need for the coffee sector to continue its pioneering role and to take a more collaborative, holistic and aligned approach to coffee sustainability with a farmer-oriented agenda. To achieve transformational change in the coffee sector, the clear need was seen for new forms of public-private collaboration and co-investments in coffee producing countries, along with gearing the different programs and initiatives towards a unified vision. Additionally, learnings from competitive supply chain investments as well as various projects have shown a huge opportunity to achieve more impact by preventing duplication of efforts and by supporting local ownership for an enabling environment for sustainable coffee production in origin. ​

 

COMPETITION LAW, POLICIES AND CODE

GCP has committed to the concept of pre-competitive collaboration. GCP Members are asked to strictly adhere to its competition law policy at all times. No discussions of agreements or concerted actions that may restrain competition are allowed. This prohibition includes discussions of current or future prices, margins, discounts, the timing of price changes, costs, capacities, customers, suppliers, product and marketing plans, sales projections, credit terms, or other competitively sensitive information relating to your business.

 

MEMBERS 

Members of the Global Coffee Platform are not only changing the future of the coffee world for the better, they are also changing the way they do business – for the better. GCP Members enjoy a range of benefits that enable them to reduce and share their costs, make smarter sustainability investments and related business decisions, and ultimately multiply their individual contributions to make an impact on coffee communities far greater than by going it alone.

LEADERSHIP IN SUSTAINABILITY 

GCP works by a bottom-up approach, uniting both public and private sector actors to create a common vision on the most critical sustainability challenges at a producing country level and feeding these national priorities into a global agenda. The GCP then offers all coffee stakeholders, large and small, the opportunity to engage in this global agenda through Collective Action Initiatives. Addressing the most pressing challenges, these coordinated groups aim to improve the effectiveness of sustainability programs and contribute to greater impact on the livelihoods of coffee farming communities and the natural environment of coffee production areas around the world.

Members of the Global Coffee Platform are not only changing the future of the coffee world for the better, they are also changing the way they do business – for the better. Through collaboration, joint action and leveraging of resources, the GCP and its Members:

  • Contribute to and harvest greater impact at farm level through aligned programs
  • Participate in strategy development and implementation
  • Establish suitable finance mechanisms
  • Showcase leadership in sustainability
  • Improve the effectiveness of sustainability programs
  • Access field level projects
  • Engage in dialogue with the public sector

 

CONTACT US 

Candidates have to confirm having received the recruitment information through the recruiting channel NGO Recruitment in the application letter for this position

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Taiwan Fund for Children and Families

Post date: 17/10/2020

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