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    Cacao cultivation as a livelihood strategy: contributions to the well-being of Colombian rural households
    with Héctor Eduardo Hernández-Núñez, Angie Paola Bernal-Núñez, Gustavo Adolfo Gutiérrez-García, Juan Carlos Suárez, Fernando Casanoves, and Cornelia Butler Flora
    Agriculture and Human Values 39 (1): 201-216. 2021.
    Cacao cultivation is one of the most important livelihoods for rural households in Colombia, where it is promoted as a substitute for the illegal cultivation of coca. To strengthen Colombian cacao farming, it is important to understand the livelihood strategies associated with cacao cultivation and the impact of these different strategies on the well-being of Colombian rural households. We analyzed the impact of cacao cultivation on the livelihood strategies and well-being of rural households in…Read more