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Côte D’Ivoire Completes First Dry Port Resettlement Homes


The Côte D’Ivoire government has handed over 200 housing units to the resettled population impacted by the construction of the Ferkessédougou Dry Port Project in the north of the country.
More than 732 hectares of land in Dékokaha, Nawovogo, Soromadjoukaha, Momirrasso and Alassanevogo were ceded to the government to enable the execution of the project.
According to Abdoulaye Alliagui, coordinator of the Ferkessédougou Dry Port Project, the 20-hectare resettlement site will have 188 three-room villas, 12 four-room villas, a six-class-room primary school, a health centre and a multi-purpose home complex with a main building, an annex building and a courtyard. 
Construction of the dry port got underway in May 2021. It is being built by China National Complete Plant Import & Export Group under a US$433.4 million, 30-month contract. Once complete, the dry port will feature a logistics platform with warehouses and cold chain stores, a hydrocarbon depot, a slaughterhouse and cattle market, and an industrial zone for processing agricultural and mining products.
The dry port is intended to support the operations of the Port of Abidjan, while also catalysing the development of the northern region. The Port of Abidjan is the main transit port for Niger, Burkina Faso and Mali.
The Port of Abidjan recently underwent a modernisation and expansion programme. A second container terminal opened in December 2022 and this year has seen the inauguration of a new ro-ro terminal and grain terminal, funded by the Japanese International Cooperation Agency.
The road infrastructure at Abidjan port is due to be upgraded by France’s Razel-Bec Company. The US government has signed a memorandum of understanding to support the rehabilitation of Vridi Boulevard.
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