"I am dealing with cacao production because it gives me an income after every two weeks, sometimes throughout the whole year round. Through cacao I expect to get enough money to build a house for rent, buy a motorcycle, improve my living standard and pay for my children's education."
Kokoa Kamili works with about 3,000 smallholder farmers in a village called Mbingu (Swahili for "Heaven"). They pay premium prices to these farms for wet cacao beans, which are then fermented and dried in Kokoa Kamili's own facilities.
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