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Background Information

Employment History

Systems Analyst

GeoTraceability ltd (PwC GeoTraceability services)

Systems Analyst

ghana cocoa board

Affiliations

Board Member
West Africa Mills Company Limited

Board Member
Aluworks Limited

Education

Bachelor of Science

University of Science and Technology

Executive MBA

Ghana Institute of Management and Business Administration

Executive MBA

Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration

M.Sc.

University of Reading UK

MSc

University of Reading , United Kingdom

Web References (196 Total References)


Commercial Projects | MMD4D

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Present at the launch were Mr. Tony Fofie, CEO of COCOBOD; Mr. Andy McCormick, Vice President of The Hershey Company; Charlie Feezel, Education and Programmes Director, World Cocoa Foundation and some farmers.


WCF in the News | World Cocoa Foundation

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Accra, July 16, GNA - The World Cocoa Foundation (WCF) has honoured Mr Anthony Fofie, Chief Executive of Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD), for his immense contribution towards cocoa sustainability in Ghana. Read the full article

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The World Cocoa Foundation (WCF) has honoured Mr Anthony Fofie, Chief Executive of Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD), for his immense contribution towards cocoa sustainability in Ghana. Read more


Ghana Cocoa Platform - Illegal miners posing challenge to cocoa sector

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Mr Anthony Fofie, Chief Executive of Ghana Cocoa Board (Cocobod) on Thursday said activities of illegal miners is taking a serious toll on cocoa production.

He said illegal miners have invaded between 1.5 million hectares and 1.7 million hectares of cocoa farm lands, destroying cocoa trees to explore for gold.
Mr Fofie said at present, Ghana's cocoa production stands at 830,000 tonnes, out of which two-thirds is exported and one- third processed for domestic consumption.
He said Ghana is currently producing 450 kilograms per hectare and is expecting to increase production to 1,000 kilograms per hectare through pragmatic and strategic innovations.
Mr Fofie, was addressing stakeholders' workshop on "Ghana Cocoa Platform (GCP)" and Ghana Cocoa Sector Scenario Planning Exercise in Accra, said.
He said GCP is to serve as a mechanism for multi-stakeholders dialogue to effectively address key issues pertaining to cocoa production.
The three-year GCP would be funded by donor agencies and Cocobod at a cost of 1.2 million dollars, to look into the priority areas of cocoa production and management of quality.
Mr Fofie said the cocoa sector is faced with climate change and disease and pest control challenges.
"Climate change is a major cause of the limitation in cocoa production in recent time and it is also affecting the size and quality of the cocoa beans," he said.


Mr Anthony Fofie, Chief ...

ghanacocoaplatform.org [cached]

Mr Anthony Fofie, Chief Executive of Ghana Cocoa Board (Cocobod) on Thursday said activities of illegal miners is taking a serious toll on cocoa production.

He said illegal miners have invaded between 1.5 million hectares and 1.7 million hectares of cocoa farm lands, destroying cocoa trees to explore for gold.
Mr Fofie said at present, Ghana's cocoa production stands at 830,000 tonnes, out of which two-thirds is exported and one- third processed for domestic consumption.
He said Ghana is currently producing 450 kilograms per hectare and is expecting to increase production to 1,000 kilograms per hectare through pragmatic and strategic innovations.
Mr Fofie, was addressing stakeholders' workshop on "Ghana Cocoa Platform (GCP)" and Ghana Cocoa Sector Scenario Planning Exercise in Accra, said.
He said GCP is to serve as a mechanism for multi-stakeholders dialogue to effectively address key issues pertaining to cocoa production.
The three-year GCP would be funded by donor agencies and Cocobod at a cost of 1.2 million dollars, to look into the priority areas of cocoa production and management of quality.
Mr Fofie said the cocoa sector is faced with climate change and disease and pest control challenges.
"Climate change is a major cause of the limitation in cocoa production in recent time and it is also affecting the size and quality of the cocoa beans," he said.


Profiles of Board Members

www.aluworks.com [cached]

Mr. Anthony Fofie [Ghanaian] - Non-Executive Member

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Mr. Anthony Fofie - Non Executive Member Mr Anthony Fofie was the Chief Executive of the Ghana Cocoa Board until December 2013. He joined the Aluworks Board in March 2009. Mr Fofie holds an Executive MBA from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration and an M.Sc. from the University of Reading UK.
He is a member of a number of local and international boards/committees including Tema Chemicals Ltd., Cadbury Cocoa Partnership Programme, International Cocoa Verification Board and Impact Ghana Coordination Group - Mars Incorporated among others.

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