• The local community: 79 communities with forest management groups and a population of over 170,000 people, living in or near to the forest, some of which contains wild coffee plants;
  • The project works directly with over 6000 families who are involved in Forest Management Groups (FMGs) and co-operatives established by the project;
  • Women benefit from protection of the forest, reducing the burden of firewood and water collection. They and minority ethnic community members were included in the operations and leadership of the forest management organisations;
  • Other donor projects, Civil Society Organisations/ NGOs and education centres involved in PFM, natural resource and biodiversity issues, and in situconservation initiatives in the country and more widely;
  • The global trading and coffee drinking community which benefits from the conservation of critically important wild coffee genetic resources.