ASEAN Learning Series and Policy Engagement on Agricultural

Cooperative (ALSPEAC)
Yogyakarta: Inclusive Agricultural Value Chain for Coffee
19 – 21 July 2017
Tentative Agenda

The Learning Series aims at facilitating closer collaboration of multilevel stakeholders in ASEAN and
collectively support each other in accelerating the attainments of ASEAN 2025, Strategic Plan of Action
for ASEAN Cooperation in Food, Agriculture, and Forestry (2016 – 2025), Strategic Plan of Action
ASEAN Working Group on Agricultural Cooperatives (ASWGAC) (2016 – 2020), and Strategic Action
Plan for SME Development (2016 – 2025). It is expected that the learning Series will serve as platform
to share knowledge and to identify potential and possible collective actions along the agricultural
value chain.

Date Activities

19 July 2017: Inclusiveness of Coffee Cooperatives in national and regional value chain
0800 - 0900 Registration
Distribution of:
- Coffee Trade and Marketing Event, one day exhibition,
- Questionnaire on detail information on coffee cooperative for
database development
- Questionnaires related to events and ASEAN Agricultural
0900 – 0930 Welcome and Introduction
Addressed by:
Mohd Faizal bin Mohd Jakir
Lany Rebagay
Agus LVC
0930 - 0945 ASEAN Learning Route on Agricultural Cooperative (ALRAC) 2016
- Innovation plan and the status of activities
- Lesson learned
Speaker: Lany Rebagay
0945 - 1000 Photo session

1000 – 1100 ASEAN Cooperation in Agriculture and Forest Products Promotion
Scheme: Coffee
- ASWGAC Chair (Lao or Vietnam): Agricultural Cooperative:
Challenges and Opportunities in coffee value chain on the
perspective of ASEAN Vision on Food, Agriculture and Forestry
2016 – 2025 and Strategic Plan of Action (SPA) of ASWGAC
(2016 – 2020).
- MASHP Representative (ASWGC): ASEAN Strategic Plan Action
on Crops and ASEAN Standards on Coffee
- ASEAN Foundation: ASEAN 2025, ASEAN SPA on Food,
Agriculture, Forestry 2016 – 2025, MoU on ASEAN Cooperation
on joint promotion for agricultural and forest product, free trade
agreement, Preparation for Exhibition on Trade and Marketing of
the ASEAN Agriculture Cooperatives Products at the PrepSOM-
39th AMAF 39th AMAF Meeting

Moderator: MTCP 2

1100 - 1200 Panel 1: Exchange Information on Agricultural Cooperative in ASEAN:
- National strategy
- National law and regulation
- Support and incentives from government to promote Agricultural
- Number of cooperatives at the national level
- Achievements

Speakers: ASWGAC Chairs (Cambodia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand)
Moderator: ASEAN Foundation
1200 – 1300 Lunch
1300 - 1430 Panel 2: Coffee Cooperatives and market access:
- Establishment of cooperatives
- Organizational structure and membership
- Achievements in trading coffee
- Financing and investment

- KBQ Baburrayyan
- Nomination from API/SPI (1 representative)
- Coffee Cooperative from Lao/Vietnam

Questions and Answers Session: 15 minutes
Organizers will place board for participants to leave their Questions and

1430 – 1530 Group Discussions per country: Coffee supply chain, the role of
cooperative and support from the government at the national level
1530 - 1645 Coffee Value Chain Analysis and market access
Indonesia Case Study:
- Market and price information: referring to international prices and
national prices determination
- Buyers: amount sold, selling systems (direct trade, spot market,
many others)
- Analysing Coffee varieties, harvesting and processing, how coffee
is traded, from bean to cup (roasting, buying and storing, tasting
and describing coffee), coffee origins (from cupping analysis)

Speaker: Yustinus Sunyoto
Questions and answers session 15 minutes
Moderator: MTCP 2

1645 – 1700 Explanation for Group Work
1700 - 1730 Group Work for Day 2: Capacity Work on “Success Factor Strategies:
Market Access: Identification for Strength of Coffee Cooperative and
target market: what need to be improved?

Date Activities
20 July 2017: Field Visit PARTNER SESSION

0900 – 1100 - Observation at the BP3K Ngipiksari (stated owned training centre)
- Observation at coffee cooperative on coffee processing and roasting
- Observation at coffee farms

Speaker: master trainer on coffee (national curriculum endorsed by MoA
Question and answers
1145 – 1300 Lunch and meeting continued at Pentingsari Agro–Village
1300 – 1600 Market Access and Profesionalising Coffee Agricultural Cooperative

Questions and Answers
Speakers: Agriterra

Free Group Work Day 3: Capacity Work on Success Factor for Cooperation
discussion and vision to achieve for coffee cooperative by 2020 under ACEDAC

Date Activities
21 July 2017: VISION for 2020, indicators for success story assessment

Organizer provides breaking room(s) for personal consultation between participants
– knowledge partners and private companies
0830 - 0900 Feedback and reflection of the Field Visit Session
0900 - 1100 Panel 3: Coffee Collective Marketing: Community based Production on
- Strategic Alliance: tackling challenges for market access
- Responsible Agriculture Investment/Financial Mechanism
- Measuring Cooperative Performance
- Sustainability Standards and GI, alignment with ASEAN Standards
and private standards

- Knowledge partners (….)

1100 – 1200 Group Discussion:
- Vision 2020
- Coffee Promotion during AMAF Meeting: Event Structure and who
will represent
1200 – 1300 Lunch
1300 – 1500 Coffee Cupping: roasting, buying and storing, tasting and describing
Coffee Brewing: Barista Session from Wiki Kopi Jogja

Questions and Answers
Moderator: Yustinus Sunyoto

1500 - 1600 Learning Exchange Platform post ALSPEAC 2017:
- “Networking Event for Coffee Players”: ACBF, many others under
- Mobile Apps
- Working with private sector

- Knowledge partners

Questions and Answers
Moderator: Yustinus Sunyoto

1600 – 1700 Agreement on way forward:
- Vision for coffee cooperative or farmers, based on summary on the
group discussions, what to achieve by 2018 and beyond
- Review and Feedback from participants to be reported to SOM
AMAF Meeting in August by ASWGAC, and to 25th ACEDAC
Meeting in Myanmar and next stop for ALSPEAC 2018 (theme and
- Final remark from ACEDAC and MTCP 2
- Certificate Ceremony: symbolic