Ghana produces approximately 20% of the world’s cocoa and is home to 6.3 million hectares of forests, which play a vital role in regulating climate and providing other critical ecosystem services. As a forest crop, cocoa needs these forests to thrive. But cocoa production has been identified as one of the main drivers of deforestation. We are partners to save our cocoa as well as our forests.
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