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LA GESTION DU FONCIER AU CENTRE DES CONFLITS ENTRE AUTOCHTONES ET MIGRANTS A ABOUABOU AU SUD-EST DE LA COTE D'IVOIRE

Abstract : The economic and demographic growth of Côte d’Ivoire right after the country became inde-pendent had a great impact on the modernization of its cities namely Abidjan and its surroun-dings. The Ebriés, a tribe living by the seaside from Abidjan, the south west of the country has witnessed all its villages being destroyed by the city. This integration resulted in a significant urban growth in those villages, for instance Abouabou. Protected by their customary rights, the Ebrié tribe of Abouabou began parcelling in order to save their heritage from the tremen-dous growth of city of Abidjan. A population enquiry provided us information about the management of the land. Still, this style of management resulted in conflicts due to the fact that the land is occupied by foreigners who claim it belongs to them, driven by xenophobia. This intervention aims to give a clear view of the conflicts in the village concerning the land, keeping in mind the high demographic setting of the city of Abidjan. The issues related to the land along with opposition between the rural land law and the customary land tenure toge-ther resume the conflicts.
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Amon Jean-Pierre Koutoua, N'Guessan Jérôme Aloko, Akou Don Franck Valéry Loba. LA GESTION DU FONCIER AU CENTRE DES CONFLITS ENTRE AUTOCHTONES ET MIGRANTS A ABOUABOU AU SUD-EST DE LA COTE D'IVOIRE. Journal Africain de Communication Scientifique et Technologique, A paraître, pp.6477 - 6488. ⟨halshs-02435461⟩

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