The journey was tough, but our #CoffeevsGangs students have ended up in a truly remarkable place. Follow Jessica’s path to graduation and see just how far she’s come…
2042 likes - 281 comments
The main reason gangs exist in poorer countries is that corporations such as Kenco took over all of their resources. Gangs thrive as companies exploit workers.
Hello Kenco, I'm quite amazed with your coffee vs gangs TV ad, being in the coffee trade I noticed the beans collect from the bushes and put into sacks is already roasted ! Can you let me know where I can find these bushes that grow ready roasted beans, cheers
I think that the young lad has a promising future - has anyone noticed that the sack of coffee that he throws on to the trailer is marked up as weighing 69 kg which I work out to be 10.8 stones - very strong young man ??
The journey was tough, but our #CoffeevsGangs students have ended up in a truly remarkable place. Follow Lucas’ path to graduation and see just how far he’s come...
1295 likes - 176 comments
So they are encouraging people to destroy the rain forest and plant coffee
All well and good until you have a turf war with nescafe and blood's spilled son
Why are there so many negative comments? This is a really positive thing. I bet the closest most trolls on here have to being in a gang is playing GTA. So what if you somehow think kenco is corrupt and destroying the rainforest. Maybe you are right but surely this is a better lifestyle for those ex gang members.
Walk a mile in their shoes before you judge.