Cocoa Horizons Progress Report 2020/21

All about the Cocoa Horizons Foundation progress to scale impact and drive change in cocoa farming communities
The Cocoa Horizons Foundation is scaling impact and driving change in cocoa growing communities, with the help and support of its partners

Creating impact in cocoa farming communities

The Foundation keeps working on driving positive change and creating impact in cocoa growing communities focusing on its three pillars. 

  1. Productivity to enable cocoa farmers to prosper - By providing individual coaching, innovative farm services and non-cocoa income diversification opportunities. 
  2. Community to protect children and human rights - By applying a risk based approach to prioritise and deploy child protection interventions where it's needed the most, by embedding increased due diligence across origins and engaging communities. 
  3. Environment to preserve the planet - By putting a stronger focus on agroforestry, climate smart agriculture and driving activities towards carbon neutrality. 

The program is currently present in Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Cameroon, Brazil, Indonesia, Ecuador and is now being introduced in Nigeria. 

Read the report to learn about the latest achievements, activities and discover farmer stories.

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The Cocoa Horizons Foundation supports the Sustainable Development Goals

The Cocoa Horizons Foundation is a non-profit organisation, third party verified, highly transparent on premium and methodology, based in Switzerland and established by Barry Callebaut. It's an impact driven program with the vision to drive cocoa farmer prosperity by creating self-sustaining communities that protect nature and children. The Foundation supports the Sustainable Development Goals.*

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*The content of this publication has not been approved by the United Nations and does not reflect the views of the United Nations or its officials or Member States.

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