African Development Bank has completed its program of activities marking the World Environment Day, this Saturday, June 9, 2018, by mobilizing its employees for a vast operation to clean the beach
"All that comes out of the tap right now is cockroaches," said Honorine Babalou, a 20-year-old textile worker.
Ivory Coast will spend 616 billion CFA francs ($1.1 billion) over the next 10 years to rehabilitate and regrow the country’s forests that have shrunk as cocoa output expanded, a government spokesma
Abidjan - The infant mortality rate in Ivory Coast has halved in 20 years, the planning and development minister said on Monday, pointing to better and more accessible health care.
Three Francophone countries have joined the Elephant Protection Initiative, an Africa-led conservation initiative to eradicate ivory trade and stop the slaughter of the continent’s elephants by poa
Rapid urbanisation and associated changes in people’s lifestyle means Africa faces a growing obesity problem.
Cassava is one of the developing world's most important crops. Its starchy roots and leaves are a staple food for more than 500 million people in Africa each day.
ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Hot, dry weather last week in most of top grower Ivory Coast’s cocoa regions has raised fears about bean quality and production for the remainder of the main crop, farmers said
Chocolate could reportedly vanish as early as 2050.
Authorities in Ghana are in talks with their Ivorian counterparts over measures to sanitise the two major water bodies, the Tano and Bia Rivers, which have been polluted by the activities of Ghanai
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