IRC transfers leadership and job skills to Ivorians to help improve long-term economic stability.
We work directly with those affected by conflict, supporting their social and economic recovery.
IRC has expanded its efforts to meet Ivorians’ urgent needs, including clean water, medical care and shelter.
The IRC empowers women to make personal and economic decisions.
Through training and service provision we support Ivorians' recovery from conflict.
The IRC provides access to basic health care in Ivory Coast.
Political tensions in Ivory Coast once again erupted into war in late 2010, displacing over a million people within the country and across the border into Liberia.
The International Rescue Committee has expanded its efforts to meet Ivorians’ urgent needs like clean water, medical care and shelter, and will continue to support them with ongoing services as they recover from the violence and move toward peace.