“We strongly support programs that provide better opportunities throughout the supply chain for women,” says David Griswold, president of Sustainable Harvest Coffee Importers. “This project will make a strong positive impact on women at origin, and we’re happy to be part of it.” Read More
Earlier this year on a brisk morning in April, over 200 women and men laced up their shoes to run the third annual JavaJog for a Cause, which combines fun, fitness and philanthropy to raise money and awareness for women in the coffee industry. The cause this year was women in Ethiopia and Grounds for Health was... Read More
Grounds for Health is excited to announce the addition of four new members to our Board of Directors. Please join us in welcoming Ambassador Sally Cowal of the American Cancer Society, Samantha Keane of Balzac Brothers & Company, Dr. Harshad Sanghvi from Jhpeigo, and Brett Struwe of Caribou Coffee. We are honored to have these... Read More
When Grounds for Health’s current program year (PY2014-15) began in October 2014, the entire team—from the Board of Directors to the staff on the ground—rallied around a common goal: to focus on scaling our programs in order to reach more women with our screening and treatment services. After three quarters of our program year, this emphasis... Read More
Grounds for Health was recently featured in an article by Cafe Europa Magazine, the official publication of the Specialty Coffee Association of Europe.
Agreement signals importance of women’s health to coffee supply chain resiliency. Gothenburg, Sweden – Grounds for Health, an international non-governmental organization dedicated to prevention of cervical cancer in developing countries, today announced it has entered into a strategic partnership agreement with the Speciality Coffee Association of Europe (SCAE). The agreement aims to improve the... Read More
Partnership with Marie Stopes International Ethiopia Reaches Women as part of its Fit for Work Program at Sher Ethiopia Grounds for Health, an international non-governmental organization dedicated to prevention of ocervical cancer in developing countries, today announced the completion of its first cervical cancer screening and treatment campaign at Sher Ethiopia, one of the largest... Read More