Bouaké

What is Bouaké known for?


early career

number of rioters were killed after French troops opened fire. Early career Ibrahim Coulibaly was born in 1964 in Bouaké, Côte d'Ivoire. He entered the Armed Forces of Côte d'Ivoire (National Armed Forces of Côte d'Ivoire) in 1985, rising to the rank of Staff-Sargent. in the early 1990s Coulibaly attracted attention within the military as a soldier and as a Basketball player, and was promoted


football school

, and epidemic HIV-2 groups emerged initially in this country only. This correlation was less clear for HIV-1 in Central Africa. * Neustadt bei Coburg, Germany Coaching career In the year 2001 founded in Bouaké his own football school, the Cyril Domoraud Centre. http


successful

Synagogue , Israeli troops, tanks, and bulldozers destroy buildings in Yasser Arafat's Ramallah headquarters. On 19 September 2002 a revolt by northerners against Gbagbo's government partly failed. The rebels, calling themselves the "Forces Nouvelles," attempted to seize the cities of Abidjan, Bouaké, and Korhogo. They failed to take Abidjan, but were successful in the other two, respectively in the center and north of the country

senior career with Toumodi (Toumodi F.C.) In 2008 he returned to youth club Mimosas, moving to Syrian club Al-Ittihad (Al-Ittihad Aleppo) a year later. He signed for Makasa (Misr Lel Makasa) in 2010. DATE

OF BIRTH 27 September 1985 PLACE OF BIRTH Bouaké, Côte d'Ivoire DATE OF DEATH At the beginning of the 1990s, President Houphouët-Boigny had called on public-minded citizens to aid the police, and as crime increased, local officials drafted in hunters in Korhogo and Ferkessédougou. Not only were the hunter militias successful, but their fame spread far beyond the north. Donzow became a common sight in towns and on the roads of Ivory Coast. They were


development association

Côte d'Ivoire - MPCI), On 4 November, Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo ordered air strikes against rebels, and Ivorian aircraft began a bombardment of Bouaké. On 6 November, at least one Ivorian Sukhoi Su-25 bombed a French base in Bouaké, supposedly by accident


rockets

. Unemployed men from around the country came to Korhogo and Odienné, home of Benkadi leadership, to be initiated into a Donzo Ton, and thus have access to work as well-paid security guards. for this paragraph, see Bassett, 2004 On 29 June 2007 rockets were fired at Soro's plane at the airport in Bouaké. The Fokker 100 carrying Prime Minister Soro, members of his delegation, and 20 journalists was taxiing on the runway after landing when it was targeted

by rocket (rocket propelled grenade) and Kalashnikov (AK-47) fire. One rocket struck and exploded in the cabin, one missed, and a third bounced off the fuselage and did not detonate. ''Rocket hits Ivory Coast PM's plane, kills four'' Four people were killed and ten others wounded; Soro was not injured. ''Rockets


Circumcision

merged into the Entente of Independents of Côte d'Ivoire. The authors studied early circumcision frequencies in 12 cities of Central and West Africa, to test if this variable correlated with HIV emergence. This correlation was strong for HIV-2: among 6 West African cities that could have received immigrants infected with SIVsmm, the two cities from the Ivory Coast studied (Abidjan and Bouaké) had much higher frequency of uncircumcised men (60—85%) than the others


coaching career

, and epidemic HIV-2 groups emerged initially in this country only. This correlation was less clear for HIV-1 in Central Africa. * Wikipedia:Bouaké


made local

hired by locals and both sides in the Ivorian Civil War as soldiers, to guard vehicles, direct traffic, or patrol religious sites. This success fed into the growth of Benkadi groups in all parts of Ivory Coast, as the civil war and fragile peace made local organisation of security much sought after. In Abidjan and Bouaké. Donzo Ton leaders opened security offices, trading not only on their northern successes, but on a public perception of special (even magical) abilities of Donzow. Unemployed men from around the country came to Korhogo and Odienné, home of Benkadi leadership, to be initiated into a Donzo Ton, and thus have access to work as well-paid security guards. for this paragraph, see Bassett, 2004 On 29 June 2007 rockets were fired at Soro's plane at the airport in Bouaké. The Fokker 100 carrying Prime Minister Soro, members of his delegation, and 20 journalists was taxiing on the runway after landing when it was targeted by rocket (rocket propelled grenade) and Kalashnikov (AK-47) fire. One rocket struck and exploded in the cabin, one missed, and a third bounced off the fuselage and did not detonate. ''Rocket hits Ivory Coast PM's plane, kills four'' Wikipedia:Bouaké


products building

;Climate-Data.org" Economy Tobacco products, building materials, and textiles are produced, and cotton sisal and rice are processed. Gold, mercury, and manganese are found nearby. Education class "toccolours" border "0" cellpadding "2" cellspacing "10" align "center" style "margin:0.5em; background:#fffeee; " valign "top" style "font-size: 100%" '''Higher education''' ''Publique'' * University of Bouaké '''Primary Schools''' ''Public'' * École primaire Publique Zone1 valign "top" style "font-size: 100%" '''Secondary Schools''' ''Public'' * Lycée classique * Lycée technique * lycée Djibo Sounkalo (ex lycée Municipal) * Lycée moderne Belleville ''Semi-Public'' * Lycée St Michel d'Anyama ''Private'' * Lycée Saint-Viateur * Lycée René Descartes (école francaise) ''Public Colleges'' * College de jeunes filles * Collège Moderne TSF * College moderne de Nimbo (ex COB) * College G. Koko (ex CEG KOKO) ''Private Colleges'' * Collège Marie Thérèse Yamousso * Collège Martin Luther King * Collège Moderne Saint Jacques * Collège Victor Hugo * Collège Ruth Fidèle * Collège Ouezzin Coulibaly * Collège Renaissance * Collège Moderne N'Takpe * Collège Saint-Viateur * Collège international chrétien * Collège Adventiste Administration align "center" rules "all" cellspacing "0" cellpadding "4" style "border: 1px solid #999; border-right: 2px solid #999; border-bottom: 2px solid #999; background: #f3fff3" + style "font-weight: bold; font-size: 1.1em; margin-bottom: 0.5em" List of mayors of Bouaké since 1960 -style "background: #ddffdd" ! Date elected !! Name !! Party - align right 1960 Djibo Sounkalo align "center" PDCI-RDA - align right 1980 Konan Blédou align "center" PDCI-RDA - align right 1985 Konan Blédou align "center" PDCI-RDA - align right 1990 Konan Antoine align "center" PDCI-RDA - align right 1995 Konan Konan Denis align "center" PDCI-RDA - align right 2000 Fanny Ibrahima align "center" RDR (Rassemblement des Républicains) Communes *Abolikro *Bouaké Religion The city is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Bouaké. The cathedral of the archdiocese is the Cathédrale Sainte Thérèse in Bouaké. Since 1960, Bouaké has also been home to a Benedictine monastery, Monastère Bénédictin Sainte-Marie. However, the city is predominantly Muslim. Sport * Stade Bouaké Kolo Touré of Liverpool F.C. was born in Bouaké. Yaya Toure midfielder of Manchester City, Kolo's brother was also born in Bouaké. International relations Wikipedia:Bouaké


abilities

hired by locals and both sides in the Ivorian Civil War as soldiers, to guard vehicles, direct traffic, or patrol religious sites. This success fed into the growth of Benkadi groups in all parts of Ivory Coast, as the civil war and fragile peace made local organisation of security much sought after. In Abidjan and Bouaké. Donzo Ton leaders opened security offices, trading not only on their northern successes, but on a public perception of special (even magical) abilities of Donzow

Bouaké

'''Bouaké''' (or '''Bwake''') is the second largest city (list of cities in Ivory Coast) in Côte d'Ivoire, with a population of 775,300 (2002 census). It is the main urban settlement of the Bouaké Department with a population exceeding 1.2 million, in the Vallée du Bandama Region. The city is located in the central part of Côte d'Ivoire about northeast of Yamoussoukro, the capital of Côte d'Ivoire.

Bouaké is a centre for the Baoulé (Baoulé people) people and is known for its crafts. The economy is based on the cotton industry. The city largely grew from the 1970s after the construction of the power station at Kossou Lake (Kossou Dam) flooded land to the west of the city. Bouaké is known for its large carnival and market and for the St Michael's Cathedral (St Michael's Cathedral (Bouaké)). The city has a large airport (Bouaké Airport) located north-west of the city with a runway. Liverpool F.C defender Kolo Touré and his brothers Yaya Touré and Ibrahim Touré (Ibrahim Touré (footballer, born 1985)) were born in Bouaké.

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