Mushroom cultivation is a labor intensive activity and therefore has a potential to employment opportunities, particularly for villagers within the vicinity of agro-processing factories in order to improve their livelihood. Mushroom cultivation on a large scale will thus improve on its availability at affordable cost, and hence provides the people with an additional nutrient rich vegetable which can be of direct benefit to the human health.

Therefore, the project proposal intends to apply an innovative approach for utilization of coffee-processing wastes for producing bioenergy with integration of production of biogas and briquettes; and mushroom cultivation. Thus, this project fits within the Topic number 1, Low

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Emission Development Strategy (LEDS) in point “c:“ Strategy of Agriculture or Bo-resources Material Plantation respect to climate change adaptability, green-food, value added to local bio-resources in a sustainable manner and enhancing bioenergy recovery.