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18 September 2019
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1 for 20 Partnership - Mobilising USD 1 billion to restore 20% of Côte d’Ivoire’s forest cover

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To achieve this goal, the 1 for 20 Partnership promotes the development of sustainable and viable agricultural production models, facilitates dialogue between stakeholders,
and helps build the capacity of partners. Managed from Abidjan, the 1 for 20 Partnership is a collaboration between the Ministry of the Environment and Sustainable Development, the Ministry of Economy and Finance, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, and the Coffee-Cocoa Council. It benefits from the technical and financial support of UN Environment (Finance Initiative and UN-REDD) and the EU REDD Facility.

27 February 2019
French
13 September 2018
English

Production Durable De Cacao En Côte d’Ivoire : Besoins Et Solutions De Financement Pour Les Petits Producteurs

uploaded by Michael Muratha

MESSAGES CLEFS
◾L’agroforesterie pourrait être un élément essentiel de la réponse apportée à la situation
critique des forêts ivoiriennes. Elle permettrait également d’assurer le futur de la cacaoculture,
un secteur clef de l’économie du pays.
◾Pour cela, une définition nationale de l’agroforesterie incluant des éléments quantitatifs est
nécessaire pour orienter les investissements de manière cohérente avec les objectifs politiques
nationaux. Elle harmoniserait les objectifs socio-économiques et environnementaux.
◾Cette étude met en lumière plusieurs éléments pouvant guider le développement de cette
définition. Celle-ci devra prendre en compte les facteurs qui influencent les rendements
cacaoyers dans l’arbitrage entre coûts et bénéfices environnementaux et économiques
pour les différents acteurs de la chaîne de valeur cacao.
◾La transition vers l’agroforesterie peut entraîner un manque à gagner de plusieurs années.
Compte tenu de l’absence d’épargne des planteurs, des mécanismes de compensation de
ce manque à gagner lors des premières années de transition doivent être formulés.
◾La diversification des revenus du petit producteur à moyen terme grâce à l’introduction de
systèmes agroforestiers représente une opportunité d’amélioration de son niveau de vie et
une protection face à la fluctuation des cours du cacao en monoculture.

13 September 2018
English

Economic and Financial Challenges to Scaling Up Sustainable Cocoa Production in Côte d’Ivoire - Executive Summary

uploaded by Michael Muratha

Economic and Financial Challenges to Scaling Up Sustainable Cocoa Production in Côte d’Ivoire - Executive Summary

At the current rate of deforestation, Côte d’Ivoire is in the process of irretrievably losing all its forest cover by 2034. The country is the world’s largest producer of cocoa. The extension of farmland for cocoa cultivation is one of the main drivers of deforestation. Declining soil fertility, diseases, aging plantations and the lack of good agricultural practices have led small cocoa producers in Côte d’Ivoire to seek better yields on forest lands.

06 August 2018
English
12 July 2018
English

Economic and Financial Challenges to Scaling Up Sustainable Cocoa Production in Côte d'Ivoire - Executive Summary

uploaded by Griet Ingrid Dierckxsens

Economic and Financial Challenges to Scaling Up Sustainable Cocoa Production in Côte d'Ivoire - Executive Summary

Agroforestry can play a key role in addressing the critical situation of Ivorian forests. It would also ensure the future of cocoa farming, a key sector of the country’s economy. To that end, a national agroforestry definition including quantitative elements is needed to guide investments consistently with national policy objectives. It would also harmonize socio-economic and environmental objectives. This study highlights several elements that can guide the development of this definition. The latter should consider the factors that influence cocoa yields in the arbitration between environmental and economic costs and benefits for the different actors in the cocoa value chain.

28 May 2018
English

ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CHALLENGES TO SCALING UP SUSTAINABLE COCOA PRODUCTION IN CÔTE D’IVOIRE - executive summary

uploaded by Griet Ingrid Dierckxsens

Côte d’Ivoire has one of the fastest rates of deforestation in the world and the fastest in Africa. The most promising solutions to decouple agriculture from deforestation would be to increase agricultural productivity with improved plant material while making use of good practices (intensification) and to plant associated trees in cocoa plantations (agroforestry). 

In 2016, the Permanent REDD+ Executive Secretariat at the Ministry of Environment mandated a framing study on the private investment opportunities in Côte d’Ivoire. The main goal of this study on economic and financing models is to provide the government with useful information to assist ongoing private sector commitments, and to bring strategic data to other related initiatives (including the Cocoa and Forests initiative, the working group Environment and Climate Change from the cocoa sector Private-Public Partnership Platform or the Green Climate Fund). UN Environment is partnering with the European Forest Institute to design tangible financing models for deforestation-free cocoa agriculture by the private sector, in cooperation with the Ivorian state and its partners. The successful uptake of agroforestry in the cocoa production chain is a major component of the analysis.

 

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