The project promotes water resource management with a focus on water-smart agricultural approaches as a high impact model of sustainable production in priority coffee producing zones.

Implementing partners

Keurig Green Mountain and Catholic Relief Services

Direct and Indirect Beneficiaries

Blue Harvest works with 2,500 small farmers and 1,000 local actors, which makes 3,500 direct beneficiaries.

In 2016, the project will reach 60,000 indirect participants, which include family members of farmers and people from the communities who use water from targeted water sources.


Coffee lands in Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua



Blue Harvest update Infographic