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Since its independence in 1960, Ivory Coast experienced a long period of stability and economic growth thanks to the investments in the agricultural sector. However, in 1980 rapid population growth and internal migration from urban to rural areas increased the pressure on the management and distribution of natural resources, which gave rise to a series of conflicts over land. The 1999 Coup d’Etat exacerbated the situation, as conflicts and political instability spread, particularly in relation to the control of land.

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    10 June 2019
    Ivory Coast

    ABIDJAN - Every other day, Kouakou Marie Laure wakes up at 1am to fetch water for her family.

    The mother of three carries a bucket on her head back and forth to the nearest affordable water source, a couple of kilometres away, about a dozen times to replenish the family's 200-litre tank.

    2 April 2019
    Western Africa
    Ivory Coast
    Liberia

    A two-day meeting of the Transboundary Law Enforcement Technical Committee for the Tai-Grebo-Krahn-Sapo forest landscape from March 26-27, 2019, sponsored by USAID through the Wild Chimpanzee Foundation (WCF) and the West Africa Biodiversity and Climate Change ( WABiCC), has successfully ended in Monrovia, an FDA release has said.

    14 February 2019
    Africa
    Ivory Coast

    Sougue Kadjatou is a 45-year-old farmer who lives with her husband and two children in Agboville, a village in Côte d’Ivoire. Her cocoa plantation, where she works every day from morning until early afternoon, is a forty minute walk from the village. “I’m glad they told me to plant banana and timber trees in my cocoa plantation,” she says. “It’s good to plant various trees.

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    INTERCOTON a été créée le 22 novembre 2000 selon les dispositions de la loi n° 60-315 du 21 septembre 1960 et restructurée le 18 décembre 2013 conformément à de  l’Ordonnance n°2011-473 du 21 décembre 2011 relative aux Organisations Interprofessionnelles Agricoles (OIA).
    Elle est aujourd'hui régie par le décret N° 2014-514 du 15 septembre 2014 portant reconnaissance de l'Organisation Interprofessionnelle Agricole de la filière coton de Côte d'Ivoire. Notre OIA a été la première à être reconnue comme telle par les autorités ivoiriennes conformément aux dispositions en vigueur.

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    The Politics of Ivory Coast takes place in a framework of a presidential representative democratic republic, whereby the President of Ivory Coast is both head of state and head of government, and of a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the President and the Government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and parliament.

     

     

    From wikipedia article Politics of Ivory Coast

    Reforms have been necessary each time to enable the agricultural sector to support the economic and social development of our country.  In order to make our country emerge, a program to revitalize and modernize the agricultural sector is set up.  The NAIP is the agricultural sector stimulus program. It revolves around four strategic objectives that are:  Food security and sovereignty;  Sustainable management of cash and export crops;  Private sector engagement through increased investment;  Agricultural governance in terms of agricultural sector reforms, restructuring of agricultural profes

    L’Union économique et monétaire ouest-africaine (UEMOA) est une organisation ouest-africaine qui a comme mission la réalisation de l'intégration économique des États membres, à travers le renforcement de la compétitivité des activités économiques dans le cadre d'un marché ouvert et concurrentiel et d'un environnement juridique rationalisé et harmonisé.

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