Cocoa farmers face mounting challenges as El Nino rages on

El Nino is causing unpredictable weather patterns, making it difficult for cocoa farmers to plan and harvest their crops.

Droughts and floods are becoming more common, leading to lower yields and poorer quality cocoa.

The cost of inputs such as fertilizers and pesticides is rising, putting additional financial strain on farmers.

Many farmers are struggling to adapt to the changing climate and lack the resources to invest in new techniques or technologies.

The cocoa industry is a major source of income for many countries, and the impact of El Nino could have far-reaching economic consequences.

Efforts are being made to support cocoa farmers, including providing training and resources to help them adapt to the changing climate.

However, more needs to be done to ensure the long-term sustainability of the cocoa industry and the livelihoods of those who depend on it.