Ghana produces some of the world’s best chocolate. But the farmers that grow the cocoa are struggling to put food on their own tables.
In some cases, they’re only able to produce 40% of their potential crop size. This leaves farmers and their families struggling to make ends meet, balanced on the razor edge of survival.
This gift could not only provide the training a cocoa farmer needs to boost productivity, but also increases knowledge of things like savings, markets, loans and diversification. This hands the power back to the farmers, enabling them to produce a good crop at a fair price for the chocolate we all enjoy.