Wednesday
May 20
2020

Cargill Advances Child Protection Efforts in Direct Cocoa Supply Chains Globally

By Abubakar Ibrahim

As part of its ongoing efforts to tackle child labour in the cocoa sector, Cargill has announced progress on measures and partnerships taken to reduce child labour incidences in cocoa farming communities of the world.

The company has been partnering cocoa-farming communities to identify, remediate and prevent child labour through community-based interventions, access to education, training and entrepreneurship initiatives.

In Ghana, through partnerships with long standing NGO partner, CARE, the global cocoa giant says it has been working with the International Cocoa Initiative (ICI) to introduce a community-based approach to Child Labour combat under its special initiative; the Child Labour Monitoring and Remediation System (CLMRS).

Photo courtesy of Irene Scott / AusAID.

Source: Joy Online Ghana (link opens in a new window)

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Agriculture
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agriculture, corporate social responsibility, farming, human rights, supply chains