PHOTO STORY: Turning cocoa into chocolate at this Liberian School of Agriculture

Mastering the art of local transformation
Gifty Barlea, 20, an employee at the Liberian International Christian College school of agriculture manually grinds the roasted beans in Ganta, Nimba County, in Liberia, on February 1, 2019. – The Liberian International Christian College School of Agriculture, opened in late 2018, began then to produce chocolate from locally farmed cocoa beans to be sold on local markets. Nimba and Lofa Counties are the main producers of cocoa beans in Liberia. (Photo by Carielle DOE / AFP)

The Liberian International Christian College School of Agriculture, opened in late 2018, began then to produce chocolate from locally farmed cocoa beans to be sold on local markets. Nimba and Lofa Counties are the main producers of cocoa beans in Liberia.

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