RSAC led this international collaboration to develop useful applications of satellite data for mapping and monitoring changes in Colombian coffee plantations, as well as monitoring the condition of crops in relation to pests and diseases, and deterioration due to climate change. This work contributed to an international effort to promote the uptake of new technologies and innovations in the Colombian Agriculture sector, particularly by female smallholder farmers in post-conflict areas. Working with the national Coffee Growers' Federation, the project focussed on improving the accuracy and currency of information on coffee farms and integrating the results within national databases, to support decision making processes enabling both government and growers to take timely action in response to potential threats. Work was also conducted to develop a methodology for the mapping of new coffee plantations using very high-resolution satellite imagery. Outreach activities involved engaging with female smallholder coffee grower groups to educate them about the potential of satellite-based information to enhance the benefits of extension services that they receive, as well as skills transfer to Federation staff for the adoption of satellite-based monitoring approaches.