Adventist humanitarian agency aiding in Ivory Coast’s postelection recovery

As Ivory Coast emerges from months of political unrest following last November’s disputed presidential elections, the Seventh-day Adventist church’s humanitarian agency is aiding citizens of the West-Central African nation. The Adventist Development and Relief Agency is assisting Nigerians fleeing recent attacks in Ivory Coast and is developing an emergency health and hygiene project in the country. United Nation investigators estimate months of postelection conflict cost the lives of 3,000 Ivoirians, but now, poor access to basic health and hygiene care could threaten thousands more

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