Kawa Moka plants trees at Leklebi, Volta region 

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Kawa Moka, a Ghanaian Coffee Company, In partnership with One Tree Planted, US based NGO has planted trees at Leklebi in the Volta region.

The tree planting exercise, aimed at promoting climate change adaptation efforts, was part of activities to celebrate International Coffee Day.

According to the Chief Executive Officer of Kawa Moka, Mrs Emi-beth Quantson, the exercise was to support the government’s tree planting agenda.

She posited that it was also to increase coffee consumption and export Ghana’s coffee to the international market. She urged Ghanaians to prioritise their own by drinking Ghana coffee, which will also become an avenue for job creation.

The CEO of the social enterprise coffee company highlighted the need to grow trees and patronise Ghana’s coffee. She also encouraged government support and prioritization of the sector, by appealing to the government to prioritise coffee like cocoa.

“Kawa Moka has donated to the farmers some Wellington boots, cutlasses, and other farming inputs that they can use to ensure that they are taking care of their farms as needed.”

For his part, the District Chief Executive of Afadzato South, Etornam James Flolu, expressed the government’s commitment to supporting local economic development.

“The best thing you can do for the people is to make sure they have some resources in their pocket to live with.”

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