Ivory Coast – Blue Economy: 600 tonnes of imported fish in 2020

A project to prepare for the financing of development activities in the Côte d’Ivoire economy (PPF), to be launched in the country in about 600 tonnes of poisons on this import in 2020, with an increase of 80% of haliutic products consumed in the country.

Development of the Blue Economy: Sidi Tiémoko Touré lance le PPF en Côte d’Ivoire

The Minister of Animal and Health Resources (MIRAH), Sidi Tiémoko Touré, and the Jewish Conference of 12 May 2022 in Abidjan, in the course of the preparation project for the financing of development activities of the Ivory Coast (PPF) .

The project launch project suites the requirements of the Ministry of Development and Development Development Fund (BAD) for beneficiaries of a project financing mechanism (PPF) in favor of the project development budget. The blue economy in the Ivory Coast.

This effect, the letter of agreement signed in January 2022. The PPF is financed by the Ivory Coast State and the African Development Fund (FAD) of a global total of more than one million UC . The operation is completed for a period of 24 months.

Selon le Ministre Touré, cet appui technique a pour objectiveif contribute to the reduction of pauvreté and des ingegalités socialia par la promotion d’une ekonomie bleue appuyée sur la preparion d’un cadre de reformes et d’investissements pour faire pariciper davantage le potential in ocean resources, area and interior of the Ivory Coast for the transformation of the national economy and for the diversification of croissants.

Contribute, at the same time, to the creation of riches and to the emergence of employment in the conditions of reduction of degradation and risks of environmental damage and the reclamation of the riches.

“The production of fish in the Côte d’Ivoire is 113 million tonnes and the country imported in 2020 about 600 tonnes of fish products, which is about 80% of the total consumer products”, said Sidi Touré, lor du du lancement du PPF in the presence of plus authorities of different ministers.

The indicator is equal to the sector that generates a total of 81 billion FCFA gross value, worth 0.32% of the PIB in 2020. It employs about 100,000 people directly and plus 600 people indirectly.

The representative of the President of the BAD, Eklou Attiogbevi-Somado, will be able to support the portfolio of the Ivory Coast to develop an important development of the BAD. It is multiplied by four in 2015 and in 2021 by the sum of more than 44 million to 1.9 billion. This portfolio is dominated by the transport sector at a rate of 55% and agriculture at a rate of 20%.

“Cealander, the main reason is the accordion to haliutical resources, the meaning of this ceremony to revitalize BAD, an important capital in your commitment to support the Ivory Coast in our efforts to diversify the economy” , justified by M. Eklou.

La mise en œuvre du PPF ekonomie bleue permettra de renforcer la coordination and la collaboration institutionalnelle nationale en ce qui concerne les questions de developpement de la peèche de l’aquaculture en Côte d’Ivoire et notamment l’adoption d’une approche plus intégrée dans la mise en œuvre de la stratégie de celle-ci, afin de promovovoir les synergies potentielles entre institutions et organizasi de mise en œuvre.

This project is dedicated to the National Development Plan for Development of the Elevation, Lake and Aquaculture PONADEPA, 2022, 2026. It is an essential lever to reduce the dependence on food products. and halieutics of import and vulnerability to excised shocks.

In addition to the activities of the Côte d’Ivoire in the Carboniferous durable development of the Intended nationally determined contributions (INDC), decoupling of the ambitious accord on climate change (COP 21), protection and management of the marine milieu des côtières (convention of Abidjan).

Ce lancement est aussi suivi d’un atelier de formation des parties prenantes du projet sur “la gestion finanère, l’audit et les proceduras de décaissement et de passation de marchés de la BAD”.

Leave a Comment