Nestlé joins public-private coalition to boost quality education in cocoa communities
Mathilde Koua N’Godo Sokoty, our Human Rights Manager in Côte D’Ivoire talks to us about the kind of challenges she faces on a day-to-day basis.
Nestlé Ecuador provides specialisation to cocoa farmers in pruning and grafting
Shedding light on shade trees
Training and coaching in the Ashanti region of Ghana
Access to education
for a brighter future
Dr Amanda Berlan:
Give children a voice to help stop child labor
Dr Kristy Leissle:
Better cookstoves should lead to improved women’s health and less pressure on forests.
We helped women’s coop Koado-Due set up a chicken rearing business to complement its cocoa activities.
In January 2018, together with one of our suppliers Cocoanect, we launched a capacity-building initiative called the Farmer Business School for a group of Ghanaian cocoa farmers keen to professionalize their operations.
Working with our partners for external assurance
Since 2016, the programme has established more than 50 bridging classes with around 75 community staff, reaching almost 2000 students.
Nestlé and the Cocoa & Forests Initiative
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