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Ivory Coast law database

ClientEarth has developed a database of main policies and laws applicable in Ivory Coast concerning forest governance , natural resources and community rights.

We plan to update the database according to changes in the legal framework – for example, the regulatory framework around the Forest Code is currently under review. We hope the database will support Ivorian civil society by facilitating their access to information.

Access the Ivory Coast law database on our French-language site.

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