The Red de Mujeres, or 'network of women', are a large group of female coffee producers coming from five different areas in Huehuetenango. The group consists of 830 women. Within the entire community of women there are 8 different Maya languages spoken, which highlights the variety of culture and language found in this area of Guatemala. All of these girls have either been widowed during the 36 years of Guatemala's civil war, or were abandoned when their husbands fled the country during the coffee crisis between 2001 and 2004. As Huehuetenango was one of the areas hardest hit by the crisis, many people decided to quit altogether and find work elsewhere, leaving their families behind. With the help of ACODIHUE, these female producers have been united to market their coffee and find international buyers. ACODIHUE also supports them in training in organic farming methods, from fertiliser production and use, to rust and pest control methods. Falcon (supplier Coffi Eryri) has started working with ACODIHUE to improve the quality of production even further, starting with Red de Mujeres.