Cocoa Land Lease Agreement Hoped To Enhance Ghana’s Production
Agreement frees up 614,000 hectares of smallholder cocoa farms for rehabilitation
Participants were trained in advocacy and negotiation skills before the convening
Advocacy for Change for Sustainable Cocoa Landscapes is a four-year Dutch government-funded project implemented by Solidaridad in Ghana since 2016.
The project focuses on enhancing standards to support the adoption of sustainable-driven interventions in the Ghanaian cocoa landscape.
This is done by engaging decision-makers, government agencies, civil society organizations and the private sector to formulate and implement policy reforms on land and tree ownership security to enhance long-term investments in sustainable land-use practices.
As an outcome, Solidaridad has advocated policy recommendations that completely devolve on-farm planted trees and naturally occurring tree ownership to farmers through multi-sectoral national platforms.
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