Ivory Coast: February 26, 2004


Deploying a multifaceted United Nations peacekeeping force in the Ivory Coast for six months would cost about $303 million. The current UN mission in the Ivory Coast (MINUCI) has 34 military officers and a small number of civilian employees. 

As another example of how interdependent West Africa is, health workers are increasingly worried that the Ivory Coast could suffer a polio outbreak spilled over from northern Nigeria, where Islamic clerics halted a new vaccination drive this week. - Adam Geibel


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