Afrique Hebdo – Ivory Coast: Rose Goyéli Tuo, creator of an app at only 15 years old


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, the inhabitants do not see the color of the black gold produced in the country and since 2014, with the fall in oil prices, the country is experiencing a major crisis.

While the oil manna represents more than 90% of state revenue, the poverty rate and unemployment are reaching very high levels.

Our special envoys Clément Bonnerot and Juliette Dubois went to Pointe Noire, the economic capital of the country where many small and medium-sized businesses are in great difficulty and are hoping for a recovery that is slow to arrive. 



sends into space its first satellite made from 100% locally.

The country became the first in the Maghreb – and the sixth in Africa – to fully develop its own satellite.

Named “Challenge One”, it is intended for the connected object ecosystem and was built by a team from the Tunisian telecommunications group TelNet, most of whose engineers, trained locally, are between 25 and 30 years old.

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