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We seek to raise awareness about the importance of socio-environmental changes on our planet. Chocolates no name promotes actions of regeneration and balance with a sustainable look to reach the common well-being. no name donates 10% of the value of each chocolate bar, identified with a unique impact code whose purpose is to provide the possibility to individualize and monitor each contribution towards the benefit of one 

of the following purposes.

With this effective measure it is possible to stop the disappearance of medium-sized streams and strengthen the development of the primary forests of Colombia; bank of animal and vegetable species that originate there. We start from the initial stage; we take care of giving life to the seed, planting in area and maintenance of the planted trees.

The selected species is Abarco (Cariniana pyriformis), a local tree in danger of extinction due to indiscriminate felling that is part of one of the most important economic activities in this region.

A percentage of each bar of chocolate contributes to a cacao tree. These seedlings are delivered to a local family whose daily sustenance and work is cacao farming.

Through stories of success of women who work in different professions, this book tries to inspire girls from rural regions to pursue their dreams, thus transmitting a message that is both optimistic and real, entitled "Mujeres latinas que se atreven"


Monitoring control

As an initial stage, all the purposes will be executed
in the municipality of Victoria, department of Caldas - Colombia
To ensure the survival of the trees, such an area is monitored for at least two years after planting. We guarantee absolute transparency by providing the possibility to closely monitor the execution of each purpose. We use technological tools that allow geolocation of each of the trees planted. Chocolates no name will send periodic updates on the status of your plantation.

As a contributor, you will have continuous access to information and images through Google Earth you can see the process of reforestation and economic development (plantation of cacao trees) and books distributed in Colombia
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