Banco National Park, French Parc National du Banco, national park, southeastern Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast). It lies immediately north of Abidjan, the national capital. Declared a national park in 1953, Banco conserves both flora and fauna in some 116 square miles (300 square km). Tropical hardwood trees occupy most of the park; an arboretum displays trees (especially teak) and shrubs from all over the country. African civet, genet, bushbuck, duiker, and monkey roam the park. The park serves primarily as a recreational centre for the inhabitants of Abidjan.
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.