Cocoa Sustainability Partnership (CSP) is a forum for public-private partnership for the advancement of communication and working together between stakeholders actively engaged in cocoa development initiatives in Indonesia. The CSP exists to increase communication, coordination and collaboration between public and private stakeholders engaged in cocoa sustainability activities in Indonesia for the mutual benefit of all cocoa sector players. Currently there 40 organizations that actively involved in the forum that consist of national and local government, private sector, NGOs, research institutions, universities and cocoa asscociations. The day to day management of the forum is run by the Executive Office located in Makassar, under the supervision of the Supervisory Board of the forum.
In order to create common goals and enhanced cocoa production and productivity in the country, in 2013, CSP published The 2020 Roadmap to Sustainable Indonesian Cocoa. This roadmap is the working foundation for CSP members to achieve the sustainable cocoa goals in Indonesia. To guide the implementation of the roadmap and ensure that the recomendation is actionable, Task Forces were formed. Members of the Task Forces are coming from CSP members. Currently, there are five Task Forces established. The Executive Office is facilitating the operational of the Task Forces to ensure Task Forces achieved their output and target.