Almost one year after the election of President Ouattara, and the violence and humanitarian crisis that followed it, Côte d’Ivoire seems to be well on the way towards stabilisation and peace. The new government has shown its desire for peace and reconciliation. However, Caritas Côte d’Ivoire still has a great deal of work to do to ensure the success of this process and restore strong communal bonds in the nation. New elections are coming up soon. On 11 December Ivorian citizens will be called upon to vote again in general elections.
National truth and reconciliation: A long road ahead for Côte d’Ivoire
“Gbagbo’s soldiers came. It was nighttime, they shot and killed people. I ran away with my two children. My husband disappeared.”Read more…
Questions and answers on a year of crisis in Côte d’Ivoire
The history of Côte d’Ivoire is marked by coups d’état, social unrest and violent clashes. The civil war that broke out between 2002 and 2004 led to massive displacement of the population and had substantial repercussions in neighbouring West African countries.Read more…
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