Tension and fear of violence as Côte d’Ivoire goes to the polls
Côte d'Ivoire
Mariam Sorelle

Mariam Sorelle est journaliste et blogueuse ivoirienne. Engagée pour l’égalité des chances, son blog (http://mariamsorelle.mondoblog.org/) est une lucarne dédiée à la promotion de la femme. Le fer de lance de son combat est l'amélioration des conditions de la gente féminine en Afrique. Membre de l’Association des Blogueurs de Côte d’Ivoire (ABCI), elle est active sur Twitter à l’adresse @MariamSorelle.

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Tension and fear of violence as Côte d’Ivoire goes to the polls

Côte d’Ivoire goes to the elections this morning even as tension and fear grip the country. The battle for...

COVID-19: Online Learning And The Threat Of Widening Social Disparities In Cote d’Ivoire

The health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has implications for all sectors, including education and training. In Côte...

COVID-19 Prevention In West Africa, What Failed?

The propensity for the rapid spread of the coronavirus disease in the West African countries is worrying. And yet,...

Contentions Ahead of Côte d’Ivoire’s 2020 Presidential Elections

The wind is no longer blowing in the right direction, and the political air now seems polluted in the...

Francophone West Africa : the press in danger!

Once trusted because cited among the populations’ conscience rousers, the press is losing ground in its own field in...

Widowhood, a prison for African women

In my area, our neighbour’s husband died. African traditions require that one should assist one’s neighbour in times of...

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