Through his Virginia coffee business, one of Sudan’s Lost Boys offers hope to a generation of refugees

Free Enterprise article on how Manyang Reath Kher is driving self-efficiency for hundreds of local Sudanese refugees through his Virginia-based company. 

Today, Kher is the founder and CEO of 734 Coffee, the coffee-sales arm of Humanity Helping Sudan, an organization he founded in 2010 that offers Sudanese refugees various means of self-sufficiency. Launched in December 2016, the coffee company sources fair trade, organic coffee beans from farmers in Sudan and Ethiopia, and a portion of its profits to provide jobs and educational scholarships for Sudanese refugees in Gambela.

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Sara Beatty