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Rapid Strategic Environmental Assessment of Coffee Sector Reform in Burundi

AGRIBUSINESS AGRICULTURAL CROPS AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURAL INPUTS AGRICULTURAL IRRIGATION AGRICULTURAL MARKETS AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGIES AGRICULTURE AGROFORESTRY AGROFORESTRY SYSTEM AGRONOMIC PRACTICES ANIMALS ANNUAL CROPS AQUATIC PLANTS AQUIFERS ARABLE LAND ARBORETUMS ASSIMILATIVE CAPACITY BANANAS BEANS BILATERAL DONORS BIOCHEMICAL OXYGEN DEMAND CARBON CASH CROPS CERTIFICATION CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS CHERRIES CLAY CLIMATE CHANGE COFFEE COFFEE BEANS COFFEE BOARD COFFEE BUYERS COFFEE EXPORTS COFFEE FARMERS COFFEE GROWERS COFFEE GROWING COFFEE PLANTATIONS COFFEE PLANTS COFFEE PRICES COFFEE PROCESSING COFFEE PRODUCTION COFFEE SECTOR COFFEE TREES COMMERCIALIZATION COMMODITY COMPOST CONDUCTIVITY CONSERVATION CONSTRUCTION CONTAMINATED WATER COOPERATIVES CROP CROP PESTS CROP PRODUCTION CROPPING CROPPING AREA CROPPING SYSTEMS CROPS CULTIVATED LAND CULTIVATION DECISION MAKING DEFORESTATION DEMAND FOR WATER DEVELOPED COUNTRIES DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS DISCHARGE DISEASES DISSOLVED OXYGEN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY ECOSYSTEM ECOSYSTEMS EFFECTIVE USE EFFECTS OF DROUGHT EFFLUENT EFFLUENTS EMISSIONS ENVIRONMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ENVIRONMENTS EQUIPMENT EXPENDITURES EXPLOITATION EXPORT EXTENSION EXTENSION SERVICES FARM FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTIVITY FARMER FARMER ASSOCIATIONS FARMER INCOMES FARMER ORGANIZATIONS FARMERS FARMING FARMS FERTILIZER FERTILIZERS FLOOR PRICE FLORA FOOD CHAIN FOOD CROPS FOOD PRODUCTION GAS GENDER GRAZING HABITAT HEAVY SOIL HERBICIDES HIGH LEVELS HUMIDITY IMPORTS INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT INTEGRATION INTERNATIONAL WATERS IRON LAND DEGRADATION LAND PRODUCTIVITY LIVESTOCK MARGINAL LANDS MARKETING MINISTRIES OF AGRICULTURE MOISTURE MOISTURE CONTENT MULCH MULCHING NATURAL RESOURCES NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT NGOS NICHE MARKETS NITRATES NITROGEN NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIC MATTER ORGANIC POLLUTANTS OZONE OZONE LAYER PERMITS PEST CONTROL PEST MANAGEMENT PEST POPULATIONS PESTICIDE PESTICIDES PH PHOSPHATE PHOSPHATES POLICY MAKERS POLLUTION POLLUTION CONTROL POPULATION DENSITY POVERTY ALLEVIATION POWER STATIONS PRIVATE MILLS PRIVATE SECTOR PRODUCE PRODUCER GROUPS PRODUCER ORGANIZATIONS PRODUCERS PRODUCT QUALITY PRODUCTION SYSTEMS PROGRAMS PROTECTED AREAS PRUNING PUMPS QUALITY COFFEE RAINFALL RECYCLED WATER RECYCLING RIVERS SCIENCES SEA SEAS SEDIMENTATION SEED SHADE COVER SHADE TREES SHADE-GROWN COFFEE SOIL EROSION SOIL QUALITY SOLID WASTES SPECIALTY COFFEE SPECIALTY COFFEE MARKETS SPRING STREAMS SUSTAINABLE COFFEE SUSTAINABLE COFFEE PRODUCTION SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS TEA TIMBER TOXIC SUBSTANCES TRANSPARENCY TURBIDITY UNEP UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME VALUABLE INFORMATION WASHING WASTE DISPOSAL WASTE MANAGEMENT WASTE RECYCLING WASTEWATER WASTEWATER DISPOSAL WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT WATER CONSERVATION WATER CONSUMPTION WATER DEMAND WATER MANAGEMENT WATER POLLUTION WATER QUALITY WATER RECYCLING WATER SOURCES WATER STORAGE WATER TREATMENT WATERS WATERWAYS WETLANDS WINDS WOOD
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Washington, DC
Africa | Burundi
2013-03-01T19:02:58Z | 2013-03-01T19:02:58Z | 2011-05

A reform in Burundi's coffee sector is currently under way. Even though the reform was launched by the government of Burundi in 1992, it was only in 2008 that implementation fully started. The purpose of the reform is to restructure the coffee sector, focusing on the following processes: privatization of the industrial units (especially washing and hulling units), liberalization of government control among the production and export agencies, and reform of the state coffee institutions. To improve the reform process, a Rapid Strategic Environmental Assessment (R-SEA) was recommended. The goal of this RSEA is to analyze the environmental and socioeconomic aspects along the entire coffee value chain to provide strategic direction for the sustainability of coffee production, processing, and commercialization. This report is divided into six sections: (i) introduction; (ii) a description of Burundi's coffee sector; (iii) a brief explanation of the reform in the coffee sector; (iv) a description of the environ environmental and socioeconomic issues and gaps in the coffee sector, as well as recommendations for addressing them; (v) an action plan outlining priority activities to be developed in the short and medium term, and (vi) conclusions.

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