Using Technology to Improve Coffee Production in the ERA of Tuluá


In the Rural Alternative School (ERA) of Tuluá, victims of the armed conflict and ex-combatants have collaborated on agricultural projects since July 2018. By utilizing technology, they are working together to make the coffee production process more efficient for export, supporting the reincorporation process, and creating opportunities for ERA participants and other coffee producers of the region to earn additional income.

In the Rural Alternative School (ERA) of Tuluá, victims of the armed conflict and ex-combatants have collaborated on agricultural projects since July 2018. By utilizing technology, they are working together to make the coffee production process more efficient for export, supporting the reincorporation process, and creating opportunities for ERA participants and other coffee producers of the region to earn additional income.


Learn more about Rural Alternative Schools (ERAs).

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