We believe that coffee farming can serve as a productive alternative to political violence.
Economic growth in Yemen creates stability and security. Thus, coffee is an alternative to U.S. military intervention.
By leveraging the power of markets we can change the world.
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"Anda Greeney, a graduate of Wesleyan University who served in Air Force military intelligence, has found a path toward a career in entrepreneurship and international development at Harvard Extension School.
Anda Greeney sells coffee. But he’s not exactly a barista. He founded Al Mokha, a startup aimed at promoting growth and stability in Yemen by providing a market for Yemeni coffee in the United States." continue here
Founder & Executive Director
MD/MPH student, University of Utah and Harvard School of Public Health
Student, Harvard School of Dental Medicine
Student, American University Washington School of Law
Global Strategy & Marketing, Tiffany & Co; Former consultant at McKinsey & Company
Post-doctoral Research Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School focusing on developmental economics
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