19 January 2011
As political unrest spread across Cote d’Ivoire after the contested presidential election, Roger, 45, and his family fled to Liberia with their life savings of US $50.00. Though the money soon ran out, WFP is making sure that they don’t go hungry while they wait for tensions to ease at home so that they can return.
5 January 2011
When tensions flared over the disputed presidential elections last month in Côte d'Ivoire, Peula Rachele, 31, and her four children fled across the border into neighbouring Liberia. WFP has launched an emergency operation to supply them and thousands of other refugees with nutritious food rations.
28 October 2005
- UN launches phone-based scheme to help poor Ivorians buy food Source: UN News Centre
- Giving Children a Chance in Post-Conflict Ivory Coast Source: Blogcritics
- LIBERIA-COTE D'IVOIRE: Refugees look for long-term solutions Source: IRIN
- Cote d'Ivoire: Tens of Thousands Remain Displaced in Western Côte d'Ivoire Despite End of Political Crisis Source: All Africa
- LIBERIA-COTE D’IVOIRE: Hope, hardship and hospitality Source: IRIN
- West Africa and the Sahel - Food Security and Humanitarian Implications, 2014
- WFP School Feeding Programmes in Cote D‘Ivoire (1999-2009): A Mixed Method Impact Evaluation Vol I Full Report
- West Africa and the Sahel - Food Security and Humanitarian Implications, 2013
- Ivoirian-Liberian Border Long Way Home - A report on food security and living conditions, April 2013
- 14 December 2012 Côte d’Ivoire: Food for Work Project in Action