(Ecofin Agency) - It is the turn of administrative authorities, village chiefs, communities, the civic society and leaders of the youth association and the women of Guiglo in the west of Cote d’Ivoire to benefit from the sensitization campaign on the 1998 law on agricultural land.
According to the Agence ivoirienne de Presse (AIP) that reported this, the campaign is carried out by a delegation from the ministry of planning and development.
In line with the government’s objective to boost land tenure in the country, the message relayed here was pragmatic and pedagogic. “The law will end the persisting land conficts by insuring the awarding of land titles and boosting social cohesion,” said the delegation’s head, N’Cho Edouard.
The sensitization campaign, AIP recalls, falls under the support programme for a better inclusion and social cohesion (PARICS).