The Cocoa Comeback
allAfrica, 27 January 2012
"That is still a tall order," Michael Titoe says with a chuckle as he contemplates Liberia launching its own brand name chocolate. A fellow of the World Cocoa Foundation and… Read more »
Cocoa and Coffee Farmers to Benefit From UN Financing
UN News, 10 January 2012
The United Nations rural development arm is to provide a $24.9 million loan to Liberia to improve the West African country's cocoa and coffee production in an effort to alleviate… Read more »
U.S. $24.9 Million IFAD Loan to Liberia to Revitalize Cocoa and Coffee Production Sectors
IFAD, 10 January 2012
The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) will provide a US$24.9 million loan to the Republic of Liberia to improve food security and reduce post conflict poverty… Read more »
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