It is a rain of gifts that Indénié-Djuablin women received, on Friday, January 16, 2015 at the stadium Henri Konan Bédié of Abengourou. Indeed, during the ceremony of the delivery of the Support Fund to Côte d'Ivoire Women (FAFCI), First Lady Dominique Ouattara has offered donations worth 336.4 million FCFA for the women of the Indénié-Djuablin. These are in-kind donations worth CFA 330 million and cash donations worth FCFA 6.4 million she offered to the population of the city. In detailss, the First Lady offered agricultural equipment including 03tractors to women farmers; shopping and restorative equipment; various types of equipment to schools and secondary and high schools in the region; canteens to protection centers for early childhood and disabled women. In addition, she offered two ambulances to Bettié and Niablé; incentive kits for antenatal care; maintenance kits of products for baby; Moses baskets and other gifts to maternities, hospitals and local health centers. And as if that was not enough, more than 2,000 women of Abengourou, have received the second tranche of 50 million CFA made available. The total amount allocated to women in the region amounts to date to 200 million CFA francs.
"To date, more than 50,000 women benefit from FAFCI throughout Côte d'Ivoire, with a provision of F CFA 5 billion by the President of the Republic”, revealed the First Lady Dominique Ouattara. Responding to the requests of the populations, the First Lady has promised to raise with the President of the Republic the issue of accelerating asphalting work of the Adzopé-Abengourou road. In addition, she also promised to raise the issue of building a high school for the region.