Coffee was for a long time, one of Kenya’s top foreign exchange earner, providing livelihoods and income to millions of Kenyan farmers and rural communities. However, over the last two decades, coffee has lost its contribution due to a number of local and global factors, leaving small-scale coffee farmers as an impoverished lot. Coffee production has declined from a high of 130,000 Metric Tonnes (MT) to an average of 40,000 MT last year. The Kenya Government in collaboration with the County Governments is developing regulations and policies that are aimed at reviving the sector.