The goal of the International Cocoa Agrement “is to strengthening the global cocoa sector, supporting its sustainable development and increasing the benefits to all stakeholders” The updated version of the International Cocoa Agreement (ICA) was made at the UN office in  Geneva, in  2010. The document was adopted and signed by producing and consuming governments, and intergovernmental organizations with the goal to strengthen the global cocoa economy across the sector.

Based on the current situation in the cocoa value chain, Farmgate Cocoa Alliance has developed a 2030 Sector Vision. It is FCA’s mission to make sure that all sector, agreements and declarations (regarding to well-being of Farmers and Cocoa Growing Community) are adopted and fully implemented. The 2030 vision roadmap comprises a range of components that refer to long-team sustainable cocoa value chain, as described in the roadmap document .

International Cocoa Agreement

International Cocoa Agreement was updated, signed by cocoa producing and consuming governments with a clear objective to strengthen global cocoa economic.

WCC4 BERLIN DECLARATION

Full Implementation of all WCC Declaration including the following points of WCC 4 in Berlin: WCC4 WCC4. Nr.2. WCC4 Berlin, Dec. Nr.9 and WCC4. Nr.10

GCFC 1 ACCRA DECLARATION

GCFC, is farmers driven conference, the first edition took place in Accra, Ghana, in 2018. Accra conference ended with the adoption of a 10 points declaration.