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Hot chocolate: how cocoa fuelled the conflict in Côte d’Ivoire, , London, UK, p.72, (2007)
Hot chocolate: how cocoa fuelled the conflict in Côte d'Ivoire: a report, Witness, Global , 2007, (2007)
Hybrid cocoa and land productivity of cocoa farmers in Ashanti Region of Ghana, Wiredu, A. N., Mensah-Bonsu A., Andah E. K., and Fosu K. Y. , World Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2011, Volume 7, Issue 2, p.178, (2011)
Can Cocoa Farmer Organizations Countervail Buyer Market Power?, Wilcox, Michael D., and Abbott Philip C. , 2006, (2006)
Market power and structural adjustment: the case of West African cocoa market liberalization, Wilcox, Michael D., and Abbott Philip C. , 2004, (2004)
Combining results! Transparency, credibility, cooperation, Weiligmann, Bärbel, van Reenen Mieke, and Verbraak Gijs , Tropical Commodity Coalition Conference Report, 2010, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, (2010)
Cocoa fact sheet, Wegner, Lucia , 04/2012, The Hague, p.12, (2012) Wegner (2012) Cocoa factsheet.pdf (431.09 KB)
A touch of cocoa Baseline study of six UTZ-Solidaridad cocoa projects in Ghana, Weerts, Yuca, and al Lan Ge et , 07/2013, The Hague, p.183, (2013) Waarts et al. (2013) A touch of cocoa Baseline study of six Utz Solidaridad projects in Ghana.pdf (2.75 MB)
Socio-Economic Impact of a Cocoa Integrated Crop and Pest Management Diffusion Knowledge through a Farmer Field School Approach in Southern Cameroon, Wandji, N., Gockowski L. J. N. J., and Isaac T. , 18th International Symposium of the International Farming Systems Association, 2006, (2006)
Assessing potential impact of a farmer field school training on perennial crop in Cameroon, Wandji, N., Binam N., Sonii D., Mva Mva J., and Gockowski J. , 2008, (2008)

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