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To commemorate our 25th anniversary, we are running a series of articles written by experts and inspiring individuals who have come to know and influence Olam over the years. Each has their own perspective on what it means to Transcend Boundaries – the meaning of 'Olam'. To see the full series, click the Transcending Boundaries tab under categories on the left.
  1. Q&A with Kennedy Ntoso, Head of Olam Cocoa Sustainability (Ghana) around gender mainstreaming in agriculture and the private sector’s roleJan 08, 2018

    Kennedy Ntoso
    To gain insights into what actions the private sector can take to support gender mainstreaming in agriculture, Kennedy Ntoso, Head of Olam Cocoa Sustainability (Ghana) talks about his involvement with the Gender Sub Working Group (GSWG) of Ghana’s Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) programme. REDD+ is a framework […]
  2. Gerard Manley, Chairman of the Federation of Cocoa Commerce, speaks at the FCC Dinner Friday 15th May 2015May 28, 2015

    Gerry Manley Gerry Manley
    Your Excellency Mr Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur, Vice President of the Republic  Ghana;  Your Excellency Mr Muhammad Jusuf Kalla, Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia, Rt Hon The Lord Boateng, Ministers, Ambassadors and High Commissioners of cocoa producing countries, the Chairman and Madame le Directeur Generale of the Conseil de […]
  3. Cocoa chronicles: challenges met and developments ahead for the industry, by Gerry Manley, Olam InternationalMar 20, 2014

    Gerry Manley Gerry Manley
    I’ve been in the industry now for over 30 years and seen a raft of changes, not least the number of international companies that have exited (almost 20 since 1983) and the new ones that have emerged such as Olam (1992 in Nigeria). Today, of course, it’s more about the […]