As a Global Leading Cocoa Farmers and Farm Workers Umbrella Organization WCFO is in partnership with the FarmGate Foundation (FGF), to serves its members secure a vibrant and vigorous farming environment, which enable members grow sustainable crop, increase income, and build a brighter future for themselves and for their family!

Our vision

We, envision a cocoa value chain where farmers and farm workers are empowered and strengthened, farms are free from child and forced labour, and where cocoa beans is produced in compliance with international sustainability norms.

Themes

  • wages and living standard
  • health and work condition
  • child & forced labour
  • sector policy & contract term
  • farm inputs & financing
  • insurance and pension
  • gender inequality

Membership

We exist to champion farmers and farm workers voice in the cocoa value chain, so cocoa farming as a profession is protected now and in the future.

Register now to become a member and join thousands of members across the globe and enjoy the benefits.

Members’ benefits

As a member you will benefit:
– Access to modern farming tools.
– Access to farm inputs.
– Pension and health insurance.
– Juridical advice.
– Direct access to market.
– Access to training.
And your voice will be heard in the sector.

Partnership

FarmGate Foundation provides training to members of WCFO based on Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs). So members can increase yield and improve quality of their cocoa crop. Members will also have the possibility to sell their cocoa beans directly to buyers through GCML.

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Press release from the President of the Word Cocoa Farmers Organization (WCFO). The President urge farmers to embrace their profession and invite other stakeholders to collaborate with farmers. Read here.

AN EMERGENCY MEETING OF WCFO TAKES PLACE IN ACCRA, GHANA, FROM THE 05 – 06  OF APRIL 2017, TO DISCUSS PERTINENT CHALLENGES CONFRONTING FARMERS IN THE COCOA SUPPLY CHAIN

During the two-day meeting, cocoa farmers will discuss pressing issues facing them and their profession and undermine sustainability processes in the cocoa supply chain.

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