The RSPO NI document of Côte d'Ivoire 2018 of the RSPO Principles and Criteria has been developed by the participatory of multi-stakeholder groups which have included representation from the relevant sectors. Formation of a National Technical Working Group (GTTN) and the National Technical Secretariat had ensured all required procedures, communications and actions taken are properly documented and recorded

The  RSPO NI document of Côte d'Ivoire (ICNI) 2018 has been drafted after an extensive development process including consultation with all relevant groups in producing provinces to ensure that it accurately reflects the nature of the industry in Côte d'Ivoire, particularly national legislation, and customs in the Country whilst maintaining and, in some cases, strengthening the integrity of the RSPO requirements for certification.

We are now inviting Public consultation on the Côte d'Ivoire National Interpretation 2018 document.

Consultation Period on the draft which is available for download on the RSPO website will begin from 20th June 2018 to 19th August 2018. The draft is made available in both English and French language. 

Please direct your questions, comments and observations on the Côte d'Ivoire National Interpretation (Draft) by email to the Task Force Facilitator, Kouassi Lazare KOUAME not later than 19th August 2018.

Mr’ Kouassi Lazare KOUAME's email address for comments and observations is [email protected] or alternatively, you can use the post comment button provided on this page.

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