Our Activities

In Nicaragua, MOCCA partnered with 4 companies in coffee: Mercon, Aldea Global, Ecom and FDL to provide training to 13,277 coffee producers, integrating them into higher value trading models, facilitating financing for them. Additionally, MOCCA provides training to coffee nurseries and supports research. Private- sector partners supporting MOCCA activities in Nicaragua: The J.M. Smucker Company.

To enhance their productivity and profitability


With best agronomic practices


With technical assistance and business management


For agronomic treatments and variety analysis


For working capital, purchase of inputs and investments in farms

Where we are

Farmers trained


We work in alliances

We connect producers directly with markets to ensure a long lasting impact beyond the life of a given project. We partner with companies that not only aim to invest in the improvement of coffee quality and yields, but also in the systems that make those improvements possible for the future, such as higher prices, good genetic material for planting, and more direct, feasible and profitable supply chains for smallholder farmers.

Our partnerships

We support Aldea Global and Aldea Foundation to offer sustainable technical assistance, microcredit and competitive marketing services for 5 thousand coffee producers associated in Matagalpa and Jinotega; through co-investments in certification processes – Aldea Cert; leveraging information and digital technology -AgTech and Fintech.

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MOCCA and Exportadora Atlantic (EXPASA) are reaching more than one thousand small producers in the areas of Jinotega, Matagalpa and Boaco. We are working on the establishment of 50 demonstration plots, strengthening the competencies of coffee growers based on evidence and the exchange of experiences. In addition, EXPASA facilitates certifications for participating farmers.

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Together we provide direct and remote technical assistance to 3,400 producers to improve their productivity, quality, traceability, and profitability, using Cisa Exportadora’s LIFT application. We improved their access to certified markets with the Rainforest Alliance and C.A.F.E Practices standards, and developed an Early Warning System for pest and disease management based on agro-climatic information.

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MOCCA, as a member of the Nicaraguan Sustainable Coffee Platform (Nicafés), promotes the competitive and sustainable development of the coffee sector, participating in the exchange of information and knowledge management to strengthen productivity among the actors of the value chain and supporting COVID19 prevention campaigns among technical teams and producers in coffee farms.

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“I participated in the Nursery of Goldand learned about the importance of records for cost and profit projection, now I have a better control of my income”.

Axel Gutiérrez
Viverista de Oro
Jinotega, Nicaragua