Duration:

18 months

Location:

Cameroon, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Togo

Nature of Project:

Price Risk Management

Estimated total Cost:

US$ 654,217

Financing commited by CFC:

US$ 313,828

Co-Financing
US$ 87,444
Counterpart financing
US$ 252,945
Project Executing Agency (PEA):

 TWIN

Project Supervisory Body:

International Cocoa Organization (ICCO)

Project Starting Date:

 October 2013

Completion Date:

 April 2015


Brief Description:

The project will implement a major programme of awareness-raising, training and capacity building in Africa so as to assist cocoa smallholder farmers to mitigate the negative impact of intra-seasonal cocoa price volatility and secure more predictable and ultimately better incomes from cocoa growing, contributing to a more sustainable cocoa economy..

 

Project Objectives:

The overall objective of the project is to provide cocoa smallholder farmers with the capacity to tackle appropriately their exposure to cocoa price risk.

 

Project Status:

The ICCO Secretariat is in consultation with all participants to initiate project activities, expected to commence in the last quarter of 2013.

 

 

ICCO Secretariat

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ICCO Agreements

The ICCO International Cocoa Agreement is available to download in Acrobat PDF format.

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ICCO Membership Procedure

The procedures for becoming a member of the International Cocoa Organization are provided in Articles 52 to 57 of the International Cocoa Agreement, 2010.

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