Cavally Ivory Coast

Strategies and Policies

Three-year (2018-2020), economic, social, and cultural development program - developed by the Cavally Region.

Regional Plan of Development and Development of the Territory - a standard instrument approved by the Council of Ministers for the Region of Cavally.

National Development Plan (PND 2016-2020) 

National Agricultural Investment Program Phase 2 (PNIA 2018-2025)

National Action Program for the Environment (PNAE)

National Strategy for Fighting against Climate Change 2012

Declaration of Land Policy

Nationally Determined Contributions (CDN) of Ivory Coast

Decentralization policy of Ivory Coast - organized the national territory into two Autonomous Districts, 31 Regions, 108 Departments, and 510 Sub-prefectures.

National REDD + strategy - to be implemented in all regions of the country, taking into account the elements considered in the REDD + tools put in place at national level including the reference level of emissions for forests, system of information on safeguards and national forest monitoring system.

Laws and Regulations

Law no. 96-766 10/3/1996 - The Environmental Code

Law no. 98-750 12/23/1998 modified by Law No. 2004-412 8/14/2004 - Relative to the Rural Land Domain

Law no. 2014-427 7/14/2014 - The Forest Code

Law no. 2015-347 7/20/2015 - Agricultural Orientation in Ivory Coast

All Ministries and structures, below, have local directorates or representations:

The Ministry of Water and Forests is responsible for the management of water and forests at the national level. This Ministry manages the state's rural forest estate.

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development is in charge of the state's agriculture and rural development policy. The Minister manages the rural land.

The Ministry of Health, Environment and Sustainable Development is in charge, at the national level, of the policy of the environment and sustainable development. SEP-REDD + is under this Ministry's supervision.

The Ministry of Animal and Fisheries Resources is in charge of the national policy of animal and fish resources.

The Ministry of the Interior and Security is in charge of the administrative and security management policy of the country.

The Ivorian Office of Parks and Reserves (OIPR) manages the parks and reserves of the Ivorian State.

The Forest Development Corporation (SODEFOR) manages the permanent forest estate of the State.

The state provides a subsidy to local authorities to ensure the development of their area of geographical competence. Local people are consulted, and their needs and aspirations are taken into account for the preparation of the budget documents that are the Triennial Program and the original Budget. Community sessions are open to the people so that they can exercise control over the actions of these communities and make use of their power of sanction or renew their confidence during the popular consultations.