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06-11-2018
PRINCE CHARLES VISITS COCOA FARM IN THE ASHANTI REGION

As part of his four-day tour of Ghana, the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles paid a working visit to a cocoa farm at Kona in the Sekyere South District of the Ashanti Region.


Prince Charles used the visit to experience sustainable cocoa farming practices in Ghana. The Prince had the opportunity to experience the cocoa value at first-hand – from the acquisition of seeds to harvesting. <...

26-10-2018
YOUNG GRADUATES TAKE UP COCOA FARMING AS A BUSINESS

As the call for the youth to venture into Cocoa Farming continues, many graduates are signing onto Cocoa Farming as a business venture. Two of such enthusiastic Ghanaian graduates who have resorted to cultivating cocoa are making significant contributions to the cocoa economy.



Mr Isaac Donkor and Mrs. Lucy Addai-Poku who were part of a Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) delegation to the j...

16-10-2018
GOVERNMENT LAUDED FOR MAINTAINING COCOA PRODUCER PRICE

Nana Johnson Mensah, Cocoa Farmers’ Representative on the Board of Directors of Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) who also doubles as the Western South Regional Chief farmer has applauded the Government of Ghana and COCOBOD for maintaining the producer price of cocoa for 2018/2019 cocoa season. Nana Johnson Mensah praised government and COCOBOD for keeping the producer price at GHs 7,600 per ton a...

11-10-2018
SUMMARY ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Below is a summary of Ghana Cocoa Board's developed Environmental and Social Management System (ESMS) based on AfDB requirements to identify and manage environmental and social risks and opportunities of its operations.

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