KSh3.8 Billion Coffee Funds Disbursed to Over 300,000 Beneficiaries in Four Months

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The Coffee Cherry Advance Revolving Fund (CCARF) has successfully disbursed Sh3.8 billion to more than 300,000 beneficiaries within just four months of its launch.

The latest data reveals that beneficiaries from key regions such as Nyeri, Kirinyaga, Kiambu, Kericho, and Murang’a are among the top earners. Additionally, a recent disbursement initiative led by the Kenya Planters Cooperative Union saw over Sh43 million distributed to 3,170 beneficiaries across 12 counties.

As the fund targets over 700,000 smallholder coffee farmers nationwide, efforts are underway to extend its benefits to more counties. Cooperatives and MSMEs Development Cabinet Secretary Simon Chelugui affirmed, “We are dedicated to ensuring that farmers in all regions benefit from this program.”

This rapid and impactful disbursement of funds marks a significant milestone in the government’s commitment to supporting the coffee industry and empowering local farmers.

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