(Ecofin Agency) - In Cote d’Ivoire, the pilot phase of a project financed by the European Union (EU), has allowed to deliver 3,000 land certificates to populations of four departments. This was revealed last Friday by Daniela Rofi, head of EUR cooperation in Ivory Coast.
The four departments that benefited from the initiative are Abengourou and Agnibilékrou in the East, Daloa in the Central-West and Toulepleu in the Extreme West. “As part of this project, 73 villages were delineated. The project’s main ai mis to halve all non-delineated villages across the nation,” by 2019, says Agence de Presse africaine.
Let’s recall that the EU said it would provide Cote d’Ivoire FCFA27 billion over five years to support its rural land tenure strategy. The institution paid an intitial FCA3 billion at the beginning of January 2017.