The SUCCESS Alliance (Sustainable Cocoa Enterprise Solutions for Smallholders) is a partnership between public, private, and nonprofit organizations. The alliance was implemented by ACDI/VOCA with funding and support from the from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the World Cocoa Foundation (WCF), and other international and local industry partners, including Mars Inc. In Indonesia, the alliance primarily focused on a participatory approach and farmer-led research, as well as farmer organization development.
The SUCCESS alliance in Indonesia aimed to improve the quantity and quality of smallholder-grown cocoa and maintain a regular source of income for cocoa farmers in the main cocoa regions of Indonesia through the adoption of good crop husbandry methods and effective integrated pest management practices. The alliance trained over 30,000 small-holders in Sulawesi, West Papua, Bali and North Sumatra