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World Refugee Month

World Refugee Month

June is considered World Refugee Month and June 20th is world refugee day!  Each year on June 20 the United Nations, United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and countless civic groups around the world host World Refugee Day events in order to draw the public's attention to the millions of refugees and Internally displaced persons worldwide who have been forced to flee their homes due to war, conflict and persecution. 734 Coffee is a refugee founded and led company that is dedicated to advocating for refugees through coffee. June is considered very important for us. The annual commemoration is marked by a variety of events in more than...

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World Malaria Day

World Malaria Day

At 734 Coffee and Humanity Helping Sudan Project, we understand how important it's for the global community to come together to tackle diseases such as Malaria. Globally, 3.3 billion people in 106 countries are at risk of malaria especially those from the refugee population. That's why we partner with organizations such as Nothing But Nets that are leading the fight to #endmalaria. World Malaria Day is commemorated every 25 April. The Western Pacific Region has made significant progress in efforts to control and eliminate malaria since 2000. Between 2010 and 2015 alone, the region has reduced the case incidence rate of...

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Happy Easter

Happy Easter

Follow CECE as she goes Easter egg hunting for her mom and dad. We hope you have a great Easter Sunday!! Also, don't forget to grab your bag of coffee this Easter!! Shop Now

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734 COFFEE MUSIC

734 COFFEE MUSIC

 Music has always been a form of expression and a way to reminisce. 734 Coffee believes in empowering those without a voice. Meet the Sudanese team behind Stray music.    In partnership with 734 Coffee, this team uses music as a source of empowerment. This video was shot in Nairobi, Kenya with a diverse group of South Sudanese musicians that understand the refugee struggle. They sing and rap in Swahili, Dinka, Nuer, Arabic, English, Maban and Amharic (the major languages spoken in East Africa).  The song talks about how they remember their home and how 734 Coffee is a source of...

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