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Cocoa Life - A major milestone to accelerate our journey

The Cocoa Life Annual Report 2018 highlights the journey so far and outlines the way forward for the Cocoa Life cocoa sustainability program.

Cocoa Life - Action plans to protect and restore forests, with farmers at the heart

Protecting and restoring forests with farmers at the heart

Cocoa Life - Celebrating 10 years of Cocoa Life in Ghana

This year marks 10 years since we started working on making cocoa sustainable in Ghana…

Cocoa Life - Growing sustainable cocoa in the heart of the Amazon

We are expanding the Cocoa Life program to empower at least 500 cocoa farmers and 1000 families in the north region of Brazil...

Cocoa Life - Pioneering forest protection work in Cote D’Ivoire

At Cocoa Life, combatting deforestation is a key priority built into our program. Our forests support the production of our cocoa.

Cocoa Life - Growing opportunities for women within cocoa communities

We are passionate about empowering women within Cocoa Life’s communities. This is because we care about these women and because it makes good ...

Cocoa Life - Every Day Against Child Labor - Our interventions in Ghana

Today is World Day Against Child Labor-an important awareness day to ensure more people understand what child labor is, as well as how and where it's happening.

Cocoa Life - A transformative partnership for education in Côte d'Ivoire

At Cocoa Life, we believe education is a key component to a sustainable cocoa supply chain; increasing cocoa farmers' knowledge and capacity leads to improved farming practices, productivity and cost effectiveness. Children are our future-and education is critical to helping them thrive.

Cocoa Life - Five Years of Cocoa Life: 2017 Progress Report

Cocoa Life is our long-term journey to create a vibrant cocoa supply chain while transforming the lives and livelihoods of cocoa farmers and their communities.

Cocoa Life - Future of Cocoa in Indonesia: A study of climate change

One of the biggest threats to the future of our cocoa is climate change. That's because without the right climate and adaptation to climate change, farmers can't grow as much cocoa. And without cocoa, we won't have our favorite chocolate bars.

Cocoa Life - Collaborating Across Sectors To Protect Ghana Forests

To secure the future of cocoa (and our chocolate), we need to protect our forests.

Cocoa Life - A Cocoa Farmer’s Visit to the Chocolate Factory

By Ohene Boafo, cocoa farmer and president of the Atta-Ne-Atta Cooperative Society and West Akyem Cooperative Union in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

Cocoa Life - External Advisors Witness Cocoa Life’s Progress in Indonesia Firsthand

Cocoa Life’s external advisors recently made their first visit to Indonesia, and the timing could not have been better, as it followed the release of the ...

Cocoa Life - From Norway to Ghana: A Joy Ambassador’s Journey

Since 2013, the Mondelēz International Foundation’s Joy Ambassador program sends employees to serve and learn in cocoa-farming communities which are part of ...

Cocoa Life - Mondelēz International Employees Learn and Serve in Cocoa Farming Communities in Ghana

14 'Joy Ambassadors' from 10 countries participate in signature skills-exchange program focused on business immersion, leadership development and volunteerism

Cocoa Life - Indonesia Outcome Assessment: A First Look At Our Impact

At Mondelēz International, we believe thriving cocoa communities are the essential foundation for sustainable cocoa.

Cocoa Life - Supporting Forest-Friendly Cocoa in Côte d’Ivoire

At Cocoa Life, we are moving forward to protect forests in Côte d’Ivoire. But combating climate change requires collaboration.

Cocoa Life - Cocoa Life Progress Report 2016

Cocoa Life is our long-term journey to create a vibrant cocoa supply chain while transforming the lives and livelihoods of cocoa farmers and their communities.

Cocoa Life - When children are at school, they are not on the cocoa farm

Cocoa Life - Protecting Forests and Combating Climate Change

Forests are the foundation of sustainable agriculture. They provide the climate that farmers need to grow cocoa. They supply resources, such as wood and...