Coffeeprint4change: Arba Minch Sewing Workshop: Traditional Weaving & Local Coffee

Arba Minch Sewing Workshop: Traditional Weaving & Local Coffee

Arba Minch, Ethiopia


Social Enterprise

2-3 hours
From$18 USDper person

Coffeeprint4change is an NGO committed to serving the communities of South Ethiopia in coffee farming and education, supporting entrepreneurs and young men and women.

Tour Highlights

  • Visit Coffeeprint4change in South Ethiopia and support weavers and local children in the workshops and schools.
  • Learn traditional weaving at a local workshop.
  • Play football with boys and girls of the youth team.

Tour revenue will be used to support local endeavors to engage young children in recreational activities by providing new sports materials.

Tour Details

  • Frequency

    Daily, by appointment

  • Start Time

    Flexible, but in the morning

  • Duration

    2-3 hours

  • Good For

    Adults, Families, Professionals

  • Languages

    English, Amharic

  • Tour Participants

    1 to 20

  • Difficulty

    Easy (short walking distances, low or no physical effort)

  • Clothing & Equipment

    Comfortable shoes for walking, Light shirt, Sunglasses, Sunscreen lotion, Water

  • Volunteer Opportunities


Tour Description

Learn to weave or sew in the local training center for handicrafts. Find out where the materials come from and discover the soul of these handmade products. After learning weaving from locals, help prepare coffee in the traditional Ethiopian way. Weaving and coffee are historic, authentic parts of Ethiopian culture, so let yourself be transported back in time and immerse yourself in the community’s history. Lastly, unwind by playing some football with the local boys and girls from the youth teams. Have some fun and learn some football skills.

How To Get There

There are direct flights from Addis Ababa to Arba Minch. The organization can pick you up from Arba Minch.

More About Coffeeprint4change


To support coffee farmers, families, and groups across coffee growing regions in South Ethiopia through developmental activities, empowering them to take a lead and fight against poverty.

Main Programs

  • Education Programs

  • Job Creation

  • Sports and Other Recreational Activities