International trading partners
First responder cafes fair trade and organic agriculture, Malongo is the French specialist in upscale cafes. Privileged partner of the cooperative since 2008, Malongo supports the CPC staff training, improving quality, promotion and community development through its foundation.
CAFEMA INTERNATIONAL SA
Subsidiary of the Swiss company Walter Matter, Cafema International SA is specialized in the import and sale of green coffee and cocoa certified "fair trade". International Cafema including any coffee CPC for European roasters Malongo, Arvid Nordquist, Cuendet and Rombouts.
Best quality, respect for the work of men and women and innovation are the hallmarks of this Belgian family company founded in 1896 by Frans Rombouts. Romboutsis one of the company's majority shareholders Malongo.
CAFE CUENDET SA
Malongo subsidiary since 2009, the Swiss company Cuendet is specialized in importing, roasting and distribution of gourmet coffee.
Arvid Nordquist est une entreprise familiale suédoise spécialisée dans la vente de produits alimentaires de grande qualité. Importateur et torréfacteur, Arvid Nordquist est aujourd’hui reconnu dans l’ensemble des pays nordiques pour ses cafés haut de gamme issus des meilleurs crus d’Arabica.
John Burton Ltd is a leader in the sale of green coffee in New Zealand, offering a wide range of roasting quality coffee imported from around the globe.
KOREAN FAIR TRADE ASSOCATION - KFTA
KFTA is a non-profit organization whose goal is to promote fair trade and its principles among South Korean consumers.
Universal Village is the best place to come for delicious, Fair Trade coffee, food and tea. We are working hard to promote and distribute fairly traded products throughout Australia and beyond.
Mitsubishi Corporation is a global integrated business enterprise that develops and operates businesses across virtually every industry including industrial finance, energy, metals, machinery, chemicals, foods, and environmental business.
Privileged partner of a CPC campaigns for 6 Alterfin is a social investor since 1994, mobilizes capital in Belgium to invest in developing countries through microfinance institutions and producer associations related fair Trade. Contribute to the construction of a financial network accessible to socially and economically disadvantaged groups in developing countries that have rarely access to financial resources Alterfin aims. To achieve this goal, Alterfin mobilizes capital in Belgium to invest in the South.
Rabobank Foundation is committed to improving the lives of the most disadvantaged groups of people in society by offering them the opportunity to live a full and independent.
The support provided by the Rabobank Foundation reflects the unique history of Rabobank and its origins and is therefore focused first and foremost to enable the development of small cooperatives located in rural areas. This support is provided through grants, loans, trade finance and technical assistance.
ResponsAbility Investments AG is a leading independent fund managers in the world, specializing in areas related to economic development in emerging markets: finance, agriculture, energy, health and education. responsAbility invests in debt or equity in unlisted companies offering solutions and services tailored to low-income populations and contributing greatly to the economic growth and social progress in emerging countries.
Lao (BCEL), the Banque Franco-Lao (BFL) opened its doors in September 2010 in Vientiane, Laos. First European commercial bank to settle in Laos, it is aimed at both individuals and businesses.
BFL was the first bank based in Laos to trust PMAC through the granting of two loans for 2011-12 and 2012-13 campaigns.
MINISTERE DE L’AGRICULTURE ET DES FORETS DE LA RDP LAO
Owner of "Capitalization Program in Policy Support Rural development project - Point of Apllication Bolovens" (PCADR - BAP: 2005-10), then the "Program Trade Capacity Building of the Lao coffee industry '(PRCCII: 2010-15), MAF supports AGPC since its inception.
L’AGENCE FRANÇAISE POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT AFD
Public property in the heart of the French cooperation, the French Development Agency (AFD) for more than seventy years to fight against poverty and promote development in the South. Through grants, loans, guarantee funds or contracts of debt and development financing projects, programs and studies and supports its Southern partners in strengthening their capacities.
AFD financed between 2005 and 2010, "Capitalization Program in Policy Support Rural development project - Point Apllication Bolovens" (PCADR - PAB) helped organize small producers in the Bolaven Plateau through creation of PMAC (now CPC) in 2007.
Also through AFD funding and support from MAF, the "Program Trade Capacity Building of the Lao coffee industry" (PRCCII: 2010-15) has allowed him to organize and strengthen staff skills and members of the CPC to make a professional and independent organization at the dawn of 2014.
BANQUE ASIATIQUE POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT – ADB
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is a regional development bank established in 1966 to support the economic and social development in Asia and the Pacific by providing loans and technical assistance. The ADB is a multilateral development finance institution owned by 67 member states, including 48 from the region and 19 from outside. His mission is to free the area of poverty and improve the quality of life for residents, priority 1.9 billion people living on less than two dollars a day.
The Asian Development Bank supports the CPC since 2012 through the project "Sustainable Natural Resource Management and Productivity Enhancement Project" (SNRMPEP) which has enabled the construction of a training room
Fair Trade Laos is an initiative started in 2008 with the objective of promoting the principles of fair trade and corporate responsibility in Laos. Eager to capitalize on its experience with other organizations of small producers, the CPC is an active member of Make Trade Laos since 2012.
Founded in 2005, the Network of Asia and Pacific Producers" (NAPP) is the organization that represents producers in Asia and the Pacific in the global network of Fair Trade.
Since April 2013, the CPC is officially a member of the Network of Associations nonprofit Lao, the "Non Profit Association Network" which allows employees and volunteers from member organizations to capitalize on their experience and benefit from capacity building activities in many areas: human resources management, accounting, organic farming, market environnment ...