Comoé National Park is near the northeastern corner of Côte d’Ivoire, in West Africa. Its diverse terrain spans savannahs, grasslands and stretches of rainforest not typically found in the north. Running through the park is the long, fish-filled Comoé River. The park is home to chimpanzees, hippos and dwarf crocodiles, plus hundreds of bird species, including Denham’s bustards and yellow-casqued hornbills.
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.