DURATION:
Two years
LOCATION:
CAMEROON, CÔTE D’IVOIRE, GHANA, NIGERIA, TOGO
NATURE OF PROJECT:
Sanitary and Phytosanitary Standards
ESTIMATED TOTAL COST:
US$ 6,264,109
GRANT FINANCING:
US$ 593,460 – STDF
EXTERNAL CO-FINANCING:
US$ 3,43,700 EDES; CropLife Africa; UNDP
COUNTERPART FINANCING:
US$ 2,326,949
PROJECT EXECUTING AGENCY (PEA):
Fonds Interprofessionnel pour la recherche et le Conseil Agricole (FIRCA)
PROJECT SUPERVISORY BODY:
International Cocoa Organization (ICCO)
PROJECT STARTING DATE:
January 2011
COMPLETION DATE:
December 2013

 

Brief Description

The objective of the project is to maintain market access for cocoa beans from Africa through capacity building in SPS, in order to produce good quality cocoa that complies with the relevant international regulations and legislation on pesticide residues and other harmful substances.

 

Project Status

The project was completed and closed in December 2013.

 

Implementation Results

Please click here to download the Project Completion Report (PCR)