The National Board for Small Scale Industries (NBSSI), in a joint effort with Mondelez International, has prepared 40 youth in cocoa-developing networks in elective employment sources.
The young, from the Suhum and Lower-West Akyem areas, were prepared to create shower gel and body cream from cocoa husks to supplement their wellsprings of business under the Cocoa Life Project of Mondalez International.
This became known when the recipients were given beginning up units including creaming machines, blending bowls and bundling holders.
They were additionally given elements for creation, for example, cocoa margarine fragrances, additives, potash corrosive, oil jam and glycerine.
Mrs Kosi Yankey-Ayeh, the Chief Executive Officer of the NBSSI, said for as far back as two years the NBSSI had focused on preparing the young in employable aptitudes just as giving business backing to little and medium undertakings.
She encouraged the recipients to effectively utilize the abilities and hardware to enhance their living conditions.
Mrs Yaa Peprah-Amekudzi, the Country Lead of Cocoa Life, said cocoa cultivating could be bolstered with numerous other feasible endeavors, for example, aptitudes preparing to develop their organizations.