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In Timor Leste, we use Earth Observation data to help small coffee growers - Stefania Dina

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Season 1, episode 19
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In Timor-Leste coffee cultivation is mostly done under shadow trees in mountainous areas difficult to be accessed. Coffee is grown by about 37% of Timorese households. Most coffee growers are poor. The European Space Agency and the Asian Development Bank have been partnering to use earth observations to monitor coffee plantations, improve quality and productivity, and increase the revenues of coffee growers.

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