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Cost Benefit Analysis of Certified Cocoa Production in Ondo State, Nigeria , Oseni, Joseph Olumide, and Adams Adewale Quam , 4th International Conference of the African Association of Agricultural Economists, 09/2013, Tunisia , (2013) Cost Benefit Analysis of Certified Cocoa Production in Ondo State.pdf (296.75 KB)

The paper is on Cost-Benefit Analysis of certified cocoa production in Ondo state. Data were collected by purposively choosing three local government areas noted for certified cocoa production, namely Idanre, Ile oluji and Owo local government areas of the state. Simple random sampling technique...

Price premiums necessary to incentivize switching from conventional (inorganic) to organic cocoa (Theobroma cacao) production in Ghana are identified. Optimal, phased-replacement models for orchard management are used to determine when switching from conventional to organic is profitable. The...

This booklet presents you with the outcomes and insights of seven independent impact studies into three of the IDH sector programs. Based on a methodology and plan approved by the Dutch Ministry of Development Cooperation and International Trade, these studies thoroughly investigate the impact...

Abidjan Cocoa Declaration, conference, World cocoa , World cocoa conference, 2012, (2012) Abidjan Cocoa Declaration.pdf (949.77 KB)

At the World Cocoa Conference, held in November 2012, the Abidjan Cocoa Declaration towards a sustainable cocoa future was signed by numerous stakeholders. The following countries and cocoa stakeholders have signed the declaration:

Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Indonesia, Cameroon, Democratic...

This report is one of a World Bank Policy Research Working Paper series. The objective of this study is to provide an overview of the coffee and cocoa sectors in the Dominican Republic where an estimated 80,000-100,000 farmers produce coffee and cocoa, nearly 40% of all agricultural producers....

This letter from the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture serves to inform the Dutch House of Representitives of current initiatives in the area of promoting sustainable development in the cocoa sector.

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