MissionSupport inclusive scalable and transferable opportunities where small-holder farmers may become viable partners in coconut value chains.

Enable marginalized or BOP stakeholders (small-scale farmers, rural women and youth) a greater voice through coconut seedling farm development and re-planting deployment.

Advise public and private sectors along the coconut global value chain, advocating and managing inclusive sustainable coconut investment.

Partner TypeService Provider
Organization TypeCarbon Asset/Project Developer
Organizational ExpertiseCarbon Finance, Climate/Environment, Finance / Investment, Gender / Womens Empowerment, Health, Livelihoods, Microfinance, Policy Development, Research
Technologies and FuelsBiomass (Ag. Residue, Processed Biomass, etc.), Charcoal, Other, Pellets / Briquettes
Other Technologies and FuelsCoconut Shell Carbon
Coconut Husk Fuel
Clean Cooking ActivitiesCKC deploys micro-factories into the coconut value chain through production of coconut oil / virgin coconut oil. The micro-factory model is transitioning to a WHOLE NUT processing model to achieve greater sustainability metrics and zero waste targets. Utilisation of coconut shell towards sustainable charcoal and coconut husk towards bio-mass is a priority and to this end we visited a GAFCC project in Cambodia (Sustainable Green Fuel Enterprise (SGFE) to create a carbon partnership for deployment into our current micro factory model.
PartnershipCoconut is the environment friendly small-holder palm of the tropical environment, Covering 12.28 million hectares in 90 countries with an annual production of 64.3 billion nuts. Coconut currently provides USD$ 7.73 Billion per annum to global coconut small holders. Estimates of by-product utilisation for coconut shell and husk are well below 10%. By increasing, or transforming, at scale, the utilisation of this rich calorific resource for clean cook stoves we may contribute to global schange, at scale, as envisaged by GAFCC.
Regions Operating InSouth Asia
Countries Operating InIndonesia
AddressJalan Sri Wedar 14,
State/ProvinceBali, Indonesia
Postal Code80571
Primary Point of Contact
   First NameHaigan
   Last NameMurray
   Phone+62 812 38143101