Bringing coffee back to the mountains

Coffee culture on the slopes of the Rwenzori mountains in Uganda was on the verge of dying out. Thankfully, training initiatives and economic support are bringing this distinct, lightly spiced variety back to the world.

Published 6 May 2020, 16:05 BST, Updated 30 Dec 2021, 16:01 GMT
Bringing coffee back to the mountains
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