This national park is located near the city of Grand-Lahou, a coastal town in the southern part of the Ivory Coast. The Assagny National Park was founded in January 1981. It covers a large area of 19,400 square km. The park was designated as a Ramsar Wetland on February 27, 1996. Only a small section of the park is accessible to the visitors. Visitors can also take boat rides along the navigable waterways to observe the wildlife in the park. Primates, wild buffaloes, a variety of birds, butterflies, and other insects. It is also home to one of the last elephant herds of the country.
Is drinking water in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, safe for infant formula? ... RESULTS: Municipal water was used for drinking in 112 (93%) of 120 households, and in 99 (83%), it was stored for later use. By 1 month of age, 97 (90%) of 108 infants given drinking water were given stored water for drinking.