Ivory Coast / Resumption of addressing works on the streets of Bingerville

Bingerville (Abidjan), 28 Feb (AIP) – Started in 2016, then interrupted for “taking into account certain areas”, the addressing work on the streets of Bingerville (eastern suburb of Abidjan) has resumed for almost a week, learned the AIP, Tuesday, from municipal sources. According to the technical director of the town hall of Bingerville, Bakayoko Kassoum, the works were entrusted to the company Publistar, for a total cost of CFAF 25 million. They consist in naming the streets and installing directional signs with inscriptions such as the names of the entities, with a view to “being able to locate oneself in the municipality” easily. “Our objective here with these works is to improve the living environment of the populations”, added …

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Côte d’Ivoire / The health of adolescents and young people at the center of a conference in Grand-Bassam

Grand-Bassam, Oct 26 (AIP) – A conference on adolescent and youth health was organized on Tuesday by the West African Health Organization (WAHO) and a working group in Grand-Bassam. This conference, held as a prelude to the organization of the 2nd ECOWAS forum on good health practices, aims to have a common understanding of the nature and extent of the priorities defined in the area of ​​adolescent and young people’s health in the ECOWAS area. According to the Director General of OASA, Dr Xavier Crespin, this meeting is part of the implementation of the 2016 – 2020 plan for the health program of the ECOWAS countries. “It shows our political commitment at the highest level. It will be for this 2nd forum of …

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Côte d’Ivoire – International / USAID, AGA KHAN Foundation and IPS West Africa join forces in the fight against HIV / AIDS

Abidjan, June 27 (AIP) – The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) and Industrial Promotion Services West Africa-IPS (WA), announce an innovative public-private partnership using telemedicine in the fight against HIV / AIDS, with a view to enabling doctors in rural areas to communicate with those in urban areas to establish diagnoses and treat patients. This project, according to a press release, will focus on the prevention and treatment of patients with HIV, through the use of advanced technology involving computers connected to the internet. The entire project is estimated at 500,000 dollars, or 250 million FCFA and will target the community of cotton producers in Boundiali, …

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