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Learn about cocoa and how framers benefit from Fairtrade

Learn about cocoa and how framers benefit from Fairtrade

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    • MONITORING THE SCOPE AND BENEFITS OF FAIRTRADE THIRD EDITION, 2011 Cocoa© Fairtrade 2011 Project Title sits here - update this via the Header and Footer options
    • More than 30 developingcountries produce cocoa,providing 14 millionpeople with a livelihood. © Fairtrade 2011 Project Title sits here - update this via the Header and Footer options 2
    • Cocoa is produced,traded andconsumed in vastquantities acrossthe globe. Thoughthe majority ofcocoa consumptionoccurs within thedeveloped world,cocoa is grown intropical regions ofthe developingworld. © Fairtrade 2011 Project Title sits here - update this via the Header and Footer options 3
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    • In some countries ofWest Africa and LatinAmerica, cocoaproduction is theprimary incomestream. In the IvoryCoast and Ghana,90% of the farmersrely on cocoa fortheir primary income. © Fairtrade 2011 Project Title sits here - update this via the Header and Footer options 5
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    • It takes threeyears for acocoa plantto grow to itsfull maturityand they canlive to be 25to 30 yearsold. © Fairtrade 2011 Project Title sits here - update this via the Header and Footer options 7
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    • © Fairtrade 2011 Project Title sits here - update this via the Header and Footer options 10
    • Akosua Boadufrom Kuapa Kokooharvesting on herfarm in the village of Project Title sits here - update this via theAmankwaatia, Ghana. © Fairtrade 2011 Header and Footer options 11
    • Nicolas del Rosariocutting down acocoa fruit. Nicolashas a small farm.Apart from farmingcocoa, he studies ITpart time at theuniversity in SantaDomingo. Half ofthe expense iscovered by abursary from theFairtrade Premium. © Fairtrade 2011 Project Title sits here - update this via the Header and Footer options 12
    • ‘Fairtrade has helpedme get money formyself and my childrenand to buy food to eatand to look after my dayto day life.’ Isaac Frimpong, cocoa farmer with Kuapa Kokoo, Ghana. Married with 4 children. © Fairtrade 2011 Project Title sits here - update this via the Header and Footer options 13
    • All information contained in this presentation and more can be found in the full report, “ Monitoring the Scope and Benefits of Fairtrade” (PDF) at www.fairtrade.net.© Fairtrade 2011 14
    • Webwww.fairtradeinternational.usFacebook/FairtradeMarkUSTwitter@FairtradeMarkUS