It’s official! Congratulations to Akwasi Frimpong, the first Ghanaian skeleton athlete to ever compete in the Winter Olympics!
Hello, we are Cocoa from Ghana!
Every day, millions of people around the world enjoy chocolate and other products made from cocoa grown in Ghana. Ghana’s cocoa industry is among the world’s best in terms of export volume and innovation. Hundreds of thousands of independent cocoa farmers continuously put effort in increasing quality and revenue, together with partners, local and abroad.
Get to know the country Ghana, the companies and its inhabitants and discover the stories and aspirations behind the highest quality cocoa in the world.
Ghana Olympic Committee
In June of this year Cocoa from Ghana launched a strategic partnership with the Ghana Olympic Committee. The common goal: improving the performance of Ghanaian athletes.
The Ghanaian athletes
There were 16 Ghanaian athletes taking part in the Olympic Games in Rio. As a sponsor we are extremely proud of their achievements. Learn more about the athletes and follow them closely.
Cocoa from Ghana is sponsoring Akwasi Frimpong on his road to the 2018 Winter Olympics. Akwasi wants to put Ghana on the map by becoming the second Ghanaian national to
Unwrap a 99% cocoa bar and sound the chocolate horn, today is chocolate day! Why? Because the 13th of September marks the birthday of
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The meaning behind Ghanaian namesGhana
FAQs about GhanaGhana
Climate of GhanaGhana
The Ghanaian Kente cloth: colorful, patterns and symbolismGhana
Which plants are found in Ghana?Ghana
History of cocoaCocoa
Public holidays in GhanaGhana
Recipe: chocolate letterRecipes
The 7 National Parks of GhanaGhana
Stories of Women Empowerment in GhanaGhana
The Ghanaian currency: the cediGhana
For Ghanaian cocoa farmers, it is common knowledge: you can obtain better yields by working together with the other women and men in your community. ‘When it Comes to Cocoa, It’s All About Teamwork.’ Working together for the best results.
Cocoa from Ghana’s work to empower women aligns with the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) of the United Nations. The UN views ‘Women Empowerment’ as the ultimate way to achieve gender equity. The guiding principle is to achieve greater equality between men and women.
Ghana is one of the top cocoa-producing countries in the world- This is very significant for cocoa farmers and their communities. Parties in the sector look for ways to work more efficiently while improving the quality of the product.