Adbusters, Issue 101: Regime Change

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Agricultural policy and food security The economy of Côte d’Ivoire is still heavily agricultural and market/export-based rather than food security-based. The main agricultural productions are coffee, cocoa beans, cotton, gum, cashew, sugarcane, cassava, bananas, corn, rice, palm kernels, sweet potatoes, yam, maize, and vegetables. The majority of the Ivorian population relies on smallholder cash-crop production. Yet, Ivorian women remain heavily marginalized in cash crop production because they don’t usually have access to the resources (information, seed, and fertilizers) that are needed for it.

For most of them, multiple factors are associated with the spread of AIDS in the area. They acknowledge that migration motivates people to engage in sex with new partners, increasing their exposure to HIV. It is also common that when people are ill in urban areas, some are inclined to come back to their rural home to look for traditional medicine, and therefore may contribute to an increased spreading of the disease among people in the village. Among the factors associated with the spread of AIDS in the area, people emphasized the decline in moral values.

At the community level, the committees are chaired by the sous-préfet and, at the village level, by the chief of the village. The regional committee is assisted by a Technical Support Unit. They have to design AIDS policies and strategies at the local level, based on a local needs assessment, whereas the technical staff of the AIDS Response Ministry has to implement these. In short, according to the new national AIDS policy framework, AIDS interventions are not performed and monitored exclusively by medical officers anymore, as they were in the past; now, civil servants and local communities are involved in this as well (EIS, 2005).

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