Putting Extremism Out of Business


Optimistic Coffee Farmers in Yemen
Creating Jobs in Yemen

We believe that coffee farming can serve as a productive alternative to political violence.

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Making America Safer

Economic growth in Yemen creates stability and security. Thus, coffee is an alternative to U.S. military intervention.

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Harvard Extension Logo CrestCaffeinated Development: Student's Startup Promotes Growth, Stability in Yemen

 "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



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Anda Greeney

Founder & Executive Director

Harvard Innovation Lab

Getting Started



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Ashley Elsensohn

MD/MPH student, University of Utah and Harvard School of Public Health

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Yasmin Chebbi

Student, Harvard School of Dental Medicine

Philanthropic Investors

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Edward Kenney

Student, American University Washington School of Law



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