Globeleq Celebrates Completion of the Azito Power Plant Expansion in C么te d'Ivoire
[PR Newswire] London -Globeleq, the leading independent power producer in Africa, celebrated the completion of the expansion and conversion to combined cycle of its majority-owned Azito gas-to-power plant near Abidjan, C么te d'Ivoire. Azito's 430 MW of installed capacity will generate electricity using locally supplied natural gas and will provide more than a quarter of the country's electricity.
Ethiopia, Ivory Coast Sign Memorandum of Understanding
[Addis Fortune] Ethiopia and Ivory Coast signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to strengthen trade and business relations in Addis Abeba.
Women's Soccer World Cup - What SA Viewers Have Missed Out On
[The Daily Vox] The women's soccer World Cup has always stood in the shadow of the men's version - hell, the first edition was only in 1991, 61 years after the men kicked off their first global tournament. But, the 2015 women's World Cup in Canada has shown that it's time to stop overlooking women's soccer. Since SuperSport decided not to broadcast the event, MICHAELSON GUMEDE brings you some key moments.
Ethiopia, C么te d'Ivoire Sign MoU
[Ethiopian Herald] The Ethiopian Investment Commission and Center for the Promotion of Investments in C艔te 膹Ivoire (CEPICI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which would serve as a guideline to augment commercial exchanges,implement joint investment projects and boost economic cooperation among others, between the two countries.
Keshi Missing, As Cote d'Ivoire Shortlists Five for Vacant Elephants' Job
[Guardian] The Ivoirian Football Federation (FIF) has shortlisted five persons for the post of head coach of the national team, the Elephants, but Super Eagles' Coach, Stephen Keshi, is not among the names released by the body.
Enhanced Polio Protection to Reach 650,000 C么te d'Ivoire Children Every Year
[GAVI] Bouak茅 -C么te d'Ivoire is introducing the inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) into its routine immunisation programme
C么te d'Ivoire - Don't Shut Down Investigations - Support Justice for Grave Post-Election Abuses
[HRW] Abidjan -Preemptively closing investigations into serious human rights violations during the 2010-2011 post-election crisis in C么te d'Ivoire would be a step backward in the fight against impunity, Human Rights Watch and International Federation for Human Rights said today in a joint letter to President Alassane Ouattara. The letter, signed by 19 groups, was sent amid reports that the government has ordered the Special Investigative and Examination Cell, the body responsible for investigations into the post-el
Security Council Extends Mandate of UN Operation in C么te d'Ivoire
[UN News] The Security Council today decided to extend the mandate of the UN Operation in C么te d'Ivoire (UNOCI) for another year, until 30 June 2016, as well as the authorization it provides to the French Forces in order to support the mission.
New Research On Religious Radicalism in C么te d'Ivoire Informs Policy
[ISS] Ground-breaking research by the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) Dakar office, in partnership with OSIWA and the government of C么te d'Ivoire, will help authorities in C么te d'Ivoire better understand religious dynamics in the country and how they relate to political processes, as well as the likely threat of extremism. The study's practical recommendations about how to deal with gaps in government's legal and institutional mechanisms will enable more effective and efficent responses.
Ivorian Refugees in Liberia Honor Culture On World Refugee Day
[FrontPageAfrica] Bahn -The whistle marked the beginning of the male football match, which followed the girls' game. Refugees from Bahn vs. PTP contested for the shiny gold-color cup which would prize the winning team during Liberia's main World Refugee Day (WRD) celebration last weekend. For an hour, gazelle-like players for the two camps raced across the arid field hoping to score a goal or two.
Mano River Peace Network Launched
[New Dawn] The official launch of the Mano River Women Peace Network or MARWOPNET- 1325 taken place in Monrovia. The organization - launched at the YMCA on Crown Hill on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, will promote the rights and participation of women in the country.
NFF Vows Further Keshi Probe Over Ivory Coast Job
[Premium Times] The disciplinary committee of the Nigeria Football Federation has said that the body will further probe Stephen Keshi's coaching job application to the Ivorian FA.
With WB Support, Burkina Faso and C么te d'Ivoire Commit to Trade and Transport Sector Reforms
[World Bank] Washington, DC -The World Bank Group's Board of Executive Directors today approved a US$100 million Development Policy credit, to help the governments of Burkina Faso and C么te d'Ivoire to reduce trade and transport transaction costs as a step towards promoting the development of the private sector and improving global integration in the two countries. The project marks an innovative approach to budget support as it is the first time that the World Bank provides budget support to more than one country on a regional b
NFF to Investigate Keshi's Ivory Coast Job Application
[This Day] The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) confirmed it will investigate reports that national team coach Stephen Keshi applied to manage Ivory Coast. On Friday, the Ivorian Football Federation (FIF) announced it had received 59 applications in the race to succeed Herve Renard. The list will be then be narrowed down to three who will be interviewed.
China Rehabilitates Country's Culture Palace of Abidjan
[Focac] Abidjan -A major cultural center in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire, which was destroyed in the country's 2010-2011 post- election violence, has been rehabilitated and renovated with financial support from the Chinese government.
NFF to Probe Keshi's Link to Ivory Coast Job
[Vanguard] Nigeria football chiefs have said they will look into reports that Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi could be in the running for the vacant Ivory Coast manager's job. "We will look into it. Let's wait and see," said NFF president Amaju Pinnick. But Pinnick said he thought it would be "suicidal" for Keshi "to seek employment somewhere else".
Keshi Did Not Apply for Ivory Coast Job, Agent Says
[Premium Times] The representative of Coach Stephen Keshi, Emmanuel Ado, has stated that his client never applied for the vacant coaching job of Ivory Coast.
Keshi Moves to Dump Super Eagles - Eyes Cote d'Ivoire
[Premium Times] The Ivorian Football Federation [FIF] has released a list of 59 coaches who applied to coach the country's national football team, the Elephants.
Consultations Aim to Ensure Victims Have a Say On Reparations Policy
[ICTJ] Over the past year, ICTJ has worked with victims of the Ivorian crisis to promote their collective agency and ensure that reparations measures formulated by the government address the various harms they have suffered. Indeed, for reparations to have meaning, they must recognize victims' agency and respond to their specific needs.
Agir-PF Waaf Announcement
[U.S. Embassy Abidjan] The US Embassy in Cote D'Ivoire through the AgirPF program, funded by the United States Agency for International Development/West Africa Regional Mission (USAID/WA), provides grants under the West Africa Ambassadors' Fund (WAAF) to qualified organizations which will implement activities to improve Family Planning (FP), Reproductive Health (RH) and Maternal and Child Health (MCH), in C么te d'Ivoire.