Partnerships Make Sao Tome Cocoa Grow

IPS Africa
IPS Africa
Publication Date:
13 June 2012

Small farmers in Sao Tome are reaping the benefits of entering niche markets. Andrea Serpagli, a spokesperson for the International Fund for Agricultural Development in Sao Tome, told Tinus de Jager that the success of the farmers sprout from partnerships and knowledge gained from other similar projects.

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