Project Resource

Research to identify practical measures to enhance productivity in cocoa growing communities in Ghana. Final Report.

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Release Year
2013
Document Type
REPORT

A research report that seeks to identify practical and sustainable measures to enhance cocoa productivity and improve livelihoods in cocoa growing communities in Ghana within the context of eliminating child labor in accordance with the specific needs of the target groups. The key research objective is to enhance sustainable livelihoods and improve the economic and social wellbeing through improving knowledge in agricultural practices and access to innovative opportunities to sustain increased productivity and reduce dependence on child labor. The report also includes a guide to help enhance trainers' capacity to engage with farmers.

Project Topics
Child Labor
Worst forms of child labor (WFCL)
Forced labor
Poverty
Lack of decent work
Hazardous child labor
Cultural norms
Trafficking in persons (human trafficking)
Economic Sector
AGRICULTURE
Intervention Type
Training
Education
Labor monitoring systems
Capacity building - Private sector
Awareness-raising
Research
Public-private partnerships
Microfinance
Policy strengthening
Economic empowerment
Coordination
Goods
Cocoa
Grantee
International Labor Organization (ILO)
Author
International Labor Organization (ILO) - International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC)
Research Type
Synthesis review
Qualitative research
Quantitative research
Language
English
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