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Alliances in Ghana: Coffee and Chocolate at the table
The Embassy of Ghana in Brussels and the International Trade Centre (ITC) are organizing an event under the theme “Alliances in Ghana: Coffee and Chocolate at the table”, on 26th and 27th September 2022.

The objective of the event is to showcase the transformational changes in Ghana’s food sector particularly with cocoa and coffee. Through its Alliances for Action (A4A) initiative, ITC has been building partnerships and delivering impact in Ghana for nearly a decade. This event will promote the champions of Ghana’s cocoa sector and its budding coffee sector. Cocoa is central to Ghana’s economic activities and livelihoods, while coffee is its next area of focus as it attempts to diversify risks and opportunities for sustainable development.

The inclusive, profitable and sustainable transformation of agricultural systems from farm to fork, and the repositioning of the agribusiness sector as national and regional priorities is a goal of many countries in the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific region.

The two-part event will open at the Embassy of Ghana in Brussels, 391 Avenue de Tervueren 1150 Woluwe-Saint-Pierre, on Monday 26th September, from 15:00 to 17:30, with high level interventions by speakers associated with the value chains and Ghana’s agribusiness transformation in the cocoa and coffee sectors. There will also be tasting of coffees from Ghana and other ACP countries as well as chocolates from Ghana.

The second part on Tuesday 27th September 2022 from 9.30 to 12.30 will be a panel discussion on the evolution of agribusiness in the cocoa and coffee sectors of Ghana at the same venue.

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