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Coffee for Peace, Inc. a big winner in the 2019 Productivity Olympics

Philippine Information Agency
18 Oct 2019, 22:38 GMT+10

DAVAO CITY -- Coffee for Peace, Inc., one of the two finalists representing Davao Region, was declared a National Winner in the Service Category for micro-enterprises during the Awarding Ceremony of the 2019 Productivity Olympics held at The Sheraton Manila Bay on 04 October 2019.

The Productivity Olympics is a nationwide competition organized by the National Wages and Productivity Commission (NWPC) and held every two years wherein the best productivity practices of micro, small and medium enterprise are showcased.

For this year's Productivity Olympics, two were chosen as finalists to represent the Davao Region, from the twelve candidates pre-selected by the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board-XI, and they were MS3 Agri-Ventures and Coffee For Peace, Inc.

Coffee for Peace Inc. operates the Coffee for Peace Cafe which is located in Unit 6105, One Oasis Ecowest Drive, Ecoland, Davao City Philippines. The coffee served in its cafe are from coffee beans roasted by a CQI Licensed Q Arabica Grader and which they source from their local coffee farmer partners in Mindanao at fair prices.

Coffee for Peace Inc. provides training on the planting, growing and harvesting of coffee. The company believes that by enhancing the coffee-growing practices of local farmers, they can command higher prices for their coffee and thereby improve their living conditions.

As a national winner, Coffee for Peace, Inc. received a P100,000.00 cash award, a plaque of recognition, the right to use the Productivity Olympics logo for three years and priority endorsement to training programs and services of NWPC/RTWPBs and DOLE.

The last time that a finalist from Davao Region won in the Productivity Olympics was in 2013. This win of Coffee for Peace, Inc. heralds the revitalization of productivity champions in the Davao Region. (PR-DOLE-RTWPB XI)

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