Background Material 21 September 2018

Living income report – rural Ghana

This report presents a Living Income benchmark for cocoa producing areas of Ghana. The benchmark was commissioned by the Living Income Community of Practice, which brings together sustainability standards systems, businesses, government bodies, NGOs, finance and producer groups to support activities focused on improving smallholder incomes, and enabling farmers to achieve a decent standard of living. Through this study, and a sister study in Côte d’Ivoire, the Community aims to establish credible, robust Living Income benchmarks for critical cocoa growing regions in the two countries and contribute to the dialogue on how to help farmers reach these benchmarks.

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