Modes de coordination verticale de la filière café en Haïti dans la démarche qualité : le cas des coopératives de la région baptiste

Authors: Alcimé, Ricaldo
Advisor: Royer, AnnieGouin, Daniel-Mercier
Abstract: Haiti has a great potential for quality coffee production and is therefore attractive for specialty markets. Of great importance in the socio-economic and cultural life of Haitians, coffee farming has however become less and less dominant in the Haitian economy for decades. Given this situation, the producers of the Baptist region are organized since 1999 in cooperatives in order to face the various challenges of the coffee sector with the support of a local non-governmental organization. This change has been made in the context of quality approach and is accompanied by a set of social, economic and environmental benefits, but also disadvantages for coffee producers. Using a quality approach based on individual interviews and observations, this document analyses these avantages and disadvantages. However, despite the positive impact of cooperatives on the producers in the organization of quality coffee chain, the development of quality coffee remains a challenge for the different actors in the production, processing and marketing of coffee. Keywords: Coffee chain, cooperatives, quality approach, specialty market, advantages, disadvantages, producers, Baptiste region, Haiti.
Document Type: Mémoire de maîtrise
Issue Date: 2015
Open Access Date: 23 April 2018
Grantor: Université Laval
Collection:Thèses et mémoires

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