In 2008, Cocoa Abrabopa was incorporated as an Association. It now has more than 7,000 cocoa-farming members across the seven cocoa growing regions in Ghana. The aim of the Association is to improve the productivity of the Ghanaian cocoa farmer and improve income and livelihood by providing access to tailor-made services.
The Association is funded by membership fees; financial and administrative charges on input packages such as fertilizers, fungicides and insecticides; grants and voluntary premiums paid on certified cocoa beans.