Serving Farmers Since 1993

Asokwa - Kumasi

Ghana West Africa

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The attention of management of Kuapa Kooko has-been drawn to attempts by some self-seeking members of the organization to tarnish the hard won reputation of the Cooperative Farmers Union.

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KUAPA KOKOO PAPA PAA!!

MISSION
“Kuapa Kokoo seeks to develop itself into a formidable farmer-based organisation capable of mobilising quality cocoa products, improving the livelihood of members and satisfying customers.”

COCOA DAY 2017

Visitors thronging the Kumasi

WE ARE UTZ CERTIFIED

Kuapa Kokoo Cooperative Cocoa

SUSTAINABLE COCOA PRODUCTION

Established in 1993 with 2000

Our Programmes

TELEAGRIC

Tele-agric involves the use of ICT to transfer agric extension services between farmers and experts for diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases.

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HEALTH CARE SERVICES

Telemedicine involves the use of ICT to transfer medical information between patients and health workers for diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases.

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AGRO-FORESTRY

Plantations comprise the majority of afforestation projects and are on the rise globally, planting trees for timber and fiber and, increasingly, carbon offsets.

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GENDER

The programme is composed of four main projects including Sensitization & Empowerment Project, Micro-Credit Project, Group Income-generating & Adult Literacy Project.

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LABOUR RIGHTS

The Convention changed the way children are viewed and treated – i.e., as human beings with a distinct set of rights instead of as passive objects of care and charity.

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CHILD LABOUR

The quest to support the elimination of child labour and worst forms of child labour is highly prioritized in the business of Kuapa Kokoo.

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OUR TELE-AGRIC MODEL

MPA and KKFU have designed a TeleAgric project by setting up a TeleAgric Centre to provide remote support to farmers.The TeleAgric Centre will provide a technology-driven, climate-smart agricultural system to bridge the gap between cocoa farmers, agricultural inputs and technical extension services by providing timely information and advisory support to address the needs of farmers and improve cocoa productivity. Find our Objectives below

KNOWLEDGE SHARING

FARMING BEST PRACTICES

INFORMATION DISSEMINATION

IMPROVED PARTNERSHIP

our company

Kuapa Kokoo Cooperative Cocoa Farmers and Marketing Union Limited (KKFU) formerly known as Kuapa Kokoo Farmers Union is Ghana’s pioneer and the leading producer of ethical cocoa beans. Established in 1993 with 2000 farmers and currently has 100,000 registered farmers across Ghana. KKFU is certified under three certification schemes namely: FairTrade, UTZ and Rainforest Alliance.

 

VISION
Our vision is to become a leading, caring, efficient and the most globally recognised cooperative in cocoa production and marketing in Ghana.

GENERAL QUESTIONS

CORE VALUES
– Transparency
– Democracy
– Equity
– Commitment
– Care for Community

OUR OBJECTIVES ARE:

    • To provide a medium for the social, economic and political empowerment of cocoa farmers.
    • Enhance the participation of women in the decision making process at all levels of operation and organisation.
    • Encourage environmentally sustainable cocoa production processes.

All 57 cocoa districts under the Union have been registered as Co-operative Societies. The Zones (communities) have not been independently registered yet but are still recognized as a means of organizing members under the co-operative societies. The main benefits that members stand to gain from the new structure are: improved Ownership, improved Compliance, improved Commitment, increased transparency, increased accountability, democracy and capacity development.

Latest News

06Nov

Prince Charles visits Cocoa Farms in the Ashanti Region

Prince Charles- the Prince of Wales visits Cocoa Farmers in the Ashanti Region. Here are some pictures from the trip. Among many things, he visited the Asantehene and the Chief of Kona

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06Nov

Prince Charles’ visit to a cocoa farm at Kona in Ashanti

The visiting Prince of Wales, Prince Charles on Sunday paid a working visit to a cocoa farm at Kona in the Sekyere South District of the Ashanti Region as part of his four-day tour in Ghana.

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06Nov

UK Monarch experiences cocoa farming at first hand

Ghanaian cocoa farmers have appealed to Prince of Wales to use his first-hand experience on Ghana’s cocoa farm to lobby for higher prices of the commodity on the international market. Prince Charles was on a model cocoa farm at Kona in the Ashanti Region as part of a state visit to Ghana.

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