Most people who produce cocoa don't earn enough to live on. They lack access to clean drinking water, medical care and education. To escape poverty, family farmers in the cocoa-growing regions of West Africa try everything they can to increase their yields. They clear woodland to create more arable land or use highly toxic pesticides. Some also put their children to work in the fields because they can't afford to hire harvest workers.
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