LEPDA is a USAID-funded four-year technical assistance, capacity development, and grants project that aims to foster self-reliance by spurring private sector-led economic expansion in Liberia.
This meeting will enable the team to fine-tune the nature, content, scope, and design of the proposed activities. The workshops will target the key players involved in Liberia’s cocoa sector: government and policymakers, farmer organizations, the private sector, development partners, and the media.
The goals of the meeting will be to share project objectives with a wider audience and to obtain feedback and complementary information to help in shaping and executing the project.
The specific objectives of the meeting are three-fold:
The meeting will bring together experts and senior officials from key government ministries and agencies in Liberia, farmer-based organizations, CSOs, academia, industry players, media, and other actors that are key to advancing the cocoa industry in Liberia.
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