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Members Acknowledgement

Code of Conduct for Chamber of Cannabis Industry Members

This code of conduct is intended to guide the behavior and practices of all members of the Chamber of Cannabis Industry in Ghana, fostering a culture of integrity, responsibility, and collaboration within the cannabis industry ecosystem.

Compliance with Laws and Regulations:

– All members must comply with the laws and regulations governing the cannabis industry in Ghana, as well as any applicable international laws and treaties

Ethical Business Practices:

– Members are expected to uphold high ethical standards in all business dealings, including honesty, integrity, and transparency.
– Members shall refrain from engaging in any illegal or unethical activities, including bribery, corruption, or money laundering.

Respect for Diversity and Inclusivity:

– The chamber promotes diversity and inclusivity within the cannabis industry. Members are expected to treat all individuals with respect and dignity, regardless of their race, gender, religion, or sexual orientation.

Environmental Responsibility:

– Members should prioritize environmental sustainability and adopt practices that minimize the environmental impact of cannabis cultivation, processing, and distribution.

Health and Safety:

– Members must prioritize the health and safety of their employees, customers, and the public. This includes ensuring compliance with health and safety regulations, providing proper training, and maintaining a safe working environment.

Confidentiality and Data Protection:

– Members shall respect the confidentiality of sensitive information obtained through chamber activities or business dealings and take appropriate measures to protect data privacy.

Responsible Marketing and Advertising:

– Members shall adhere to responsible marketing and advertising practices, avoiding false or misleading claims about cannabis products and ensuring that marketing materials are not targeted at minors or vulnerable populations.

Collaboration and Cooperation:

– Members are encouraged to collaborate and cooperate with each other, as well as with government agencies, research institutions, and other stakeholders, to promote the growth and development of the cannabis industry in Ghana.

Community Engagement and Social Responsibility:

– Members should actively engage with local communities and contribute to their social and economic development. This may include supporting community initiatives, providing employment opportunities, and investing in local infrastructure.

Dispute Resolution:

   – In the event of disputes between members or with the chamber itself, members are encouraged to seek amicable resolution through dialogue and mediation, with the assistance of the chamber if necessary.


– Members shall not discriminate against any individual or group based on race, gender, religion, disability, or any other protected characteristic.

Representation of the Chamber:

– Members shall represent the chamber in a positive and professional manner, promoting its mission and values in all interactions with external stakeholders.

Continuous Improvement:

– Members should strive for continuous improvement in their operations, practices, and professional development, staying abreast of industry developments and best practices.

Compliance with Code of Conduct:

– By becoming a member of the Chamber of Cannabis Industry, all members agree to abide by this code of conduct and uphold the values and principles it embodies.


– The chamber reserves the right to investigate any alleged violations of this code of conduct and take appropriate disciplinary action, including suspension or termination of membership, if warranted.



Ordinary Members (Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze, Copper) – entitled to vote

Individual or organisation

Must support and have specific expertise to further the objects of CCI or be directly involved in the cultivation and production of medicinal cannabis; research involving medicinal cannabis; the manufacture and supply of medicinal cannabis products; advocating for access to medicinal cannabis; or education relating to medicinal cannabis

Associate Members – not entitled to vote

Individual or organisation

Must have objects or purposes which include functions associated with the A cannabis industry

Compassionate (Affiliate) Members – not entitled to vote

Must have an interest in the objects of CCI

Only for individuals on low- or no-income and / or financially challenged

Membership Applications

Applicants must agree to be bound by the Constitution and Code of Conduct of the CCI and to comply with all federal and state or territory laws, regulations and guidelines

Membership fees

Membership fees are payable in advance for a 12 month period, once the application has been approved by the Board of Directors.

Membership entitlements

Cannot be transferred to another person and terminate on cessation of the membership.

Membership may be cancelled if:

  • provides either verbal or written notification to the General Manager
  • no longer satisfies the criteria for its respective class of membership
  • fails to pay an annual subscription within thirty (30) days after it falls due
  • fails obligation to comply with all federal and state or territory laws, regulations and guidelines

Refund policy

Membership fees are non-refundable. Upgrades are available anytime – just the difference in level costs need to be paid.