- Improve the livelihoods of coffee farming communities through improved productivity, product quality and income
- Improve access to basic social infrastructure of the coffee farming community.
- Pillar 1: Livelihood Improvement (LI) This pillar focuses interventions improve income of the community through improved agricultural practices that improve quality and productivity of products, reduce loss and improve market access. These include coffee quality and productivity improvement activities, promotion of socially and environmental relevant certification standards, access to livestock health facilities and access to extension service facilities.
- Pillar 2: Social Development (SD) This pillar focuses increasing access to different social services of the target community. This includes access to clean water, education, electricity, market and health facilities. Buna Qela conducts needs assessments and prioritizes the needs of local communities before it embarks on implementation activities related to this program.
Access to clean water
Access to clean water in most rural areas of Ethiopia, the local communities do not have access to clean water.
Electric power supply
Access to electric power supply in most rural areas, people use wood fuel for both heat/cooking and light.
Rural road construction
Rural roads are vital to access market and public service facilities like health centers and schools.
Primary schools construction
Primary Schools construction access to primary education is also among the top priority problems.