An internship at fairafric

Chocolate Made in Ghana. A young social enterprise that produces fair chocolate and turns the industry upside down. A chocolate revolution? “This is once again such a hip, pseudo-social company…

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Women in management positions: An opportunity in Ghana and globally

Only around a quarter of all management positions are filled by women globally. At 21 percent, Germany is even well below this figure. Factors such as poor compatibility of family and career, stereotypical thinking or patriarchal structures make it difficult for women to step into a management position.

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The impact of climate change on cocoa farming in Ghana

By now it is a well-known fact that climate change affects all aspects of our lives. It should therefore come to no surprise that it also has an impact on something we all enjoy very much – chocolate. Now, what exactly does climate change have to do with the cocoa plant and therefore with our chocolate? We will get to the bottom of this connection in the following.

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European agricultural imports to Ghana and their influences on the local economy

Today, fairafric is taking a look beyond the chocolate plate and examines the Ghanaian poultry sector in detail. For what reason? – That’s quite simple: The global poultry market is a descriptive example for economic impact on a country whose local supply was replaced by global imports.

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Chocolate – a mosquito’s story!

Have you ever thought about what it takes to produce your favorite fairafric chocolate bar? In our opinion, it is worth giving it a though because the way from a cocoa tree’s blossom to the chocolate bar itself is a quite surprising journey with unexpected helpers!

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