Female Farmers 

Female Farmers

Promote gender equality and opportunityIn many of the countries our ingredients are cultivated, women have vastly unequal decision-making power, control over household spending and access to education, finance, land and inputs.

Yet if women participated equally in the global economy, annual global GDP would increase 26% in 10 year (McKinsey Global Institute 2015). For example, women’s involvement in post-harvest processing of cocoa significantly improves quality.

Working with the International Cocoa Organisation and the Government’s Department for Family and Social Development, our partners field officers work tirelessly in the fight against bridging the gap and fighting for opportune recognition.



It has been a period in all our lives, a shared experience each and everyone one of us will remember for as long as we are lucky to be here.

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