Daniel ozoukou
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  • Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire
  • Cote d Ivoire
  • Political Analyst
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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
He has proven research and critical analysis skills therefore he published many critical articles on governance, Democracy and Peace issues and held public speech on TV and Radio; including the Sahar International TV (Iran) VOA (USA), Radio Côte d'Ivoire, United Operations in Côte d’Ivoire radio. Mr Daniel Ozoukou collaborated with Afrology Brussels, Continental news Paris and Oye Times Toronto as political Analyst. In 2008, Mr Ozoukou received an Award from AfriMAP (Africa governance Monitoring and Advocacy Project) for a research paper on Governance in Côte d’Ivoire. He has experience of Uganda, India, South Africa, Egypt and Mali. In addition he has strong proposal writing and project management skills. Mr Daniel Ozoukou belongs to professional bodies such: Africa Democracy Forum (ADF), Peace and Collaborative Development Network, Transitional Justice Network, Security sector reform Network. Former founding director of the Martin Luther king center for peace and social justice Daniel Ozoukou worked with Save the Children, National democratic institute for international affairs NDI, JPM Consulting here he held leadership positions. Today, Mr Daniel Ozoukou is implementing a project in northern Mali with Norwegian Refugee Council.
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Côte d'ivoire
South Africa
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
Côte d'Ivoire
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Political Analyst
How many years professional experience do you have ?
What is your personal or organizational website?
Which Languages do you speak Proficiently? (note we can not list all languages, only some major world languages or ones related to conflict regions)
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Civil Society, Conflict Resolution, Democratization, Youth
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Advocacy, Program Administration, Program Design, Research, Training
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
-peace building post conflict areas
-civil society and good governance
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
-No sustainable reconciliation without justice
-Corporate governance in africa
-Intolerance and conflict
-Failure of state in Ivory coast
-Reflection on election administration in Ivory coast from 1990 to present

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Posted on September 22, 2014 at 9:37am 0 Comments

By Daniel Ozoukou Political Analyst

The ivoirian head of parliament, is a former rebel who has been accused of gross violation of human rights, crimes against humanity, economic crimes.

In reaction to these allegations the UN and Human rights NGOs have investigated Mr Soro Guillaume role and implications in the massacre of civilians and the hold up of the west african central Bank in Man and Bouake…


Extractive Industry in Côte d’Ivoire

Posted on August 23, 2014 at 12:14pm 0 Comments

Côte d’Ivoire in its history was considered as the most political stable and economically successful of West African states. In this regards the 1970s were declared ‘’the Ivoirian miracle’’ because of the prosperity and the economic boom triggered by the agriculture revenues. The country is one of the largest producers and exporters of cocoa and coffee and palm oil. The two thirds of the population work in the agricultural sector. Unfortunately the reputation of the country for its political…


Trigger of violence in Kidal Mali: Avoiding the mistakes of the past

Posted on May 19, 2014 at 6:09pm 0 Comments

By Daniel Ozoukou Political Analyst

Abidjan May 19, 2014


I spent 10 days in Timbuktu and had the opportunity to meet the Malian Prime Minister on Friday May 16, at Timbuktu Airport. Moussa Mara planned to visit northern region Timbuktu, Kidal Gao after his nomination as Prime Minister.


He landed first in Gourma Rahous in Timbuktu region, followed by Timbuktu the same Friday May 16. In Kidal there was a huge demonstration against the…


Accords de Paix, DDR, Élections: Analyse des politiques de sortie de crise

Posted on May 6, 2014 at 6:42am 0 Comments

                        Daniel Ozoukou Political Analyst danielozoukou@gmail.com

 « Au moment de leur accession à l’indépendance la plupart des nouveaux Etats africains ont hérité d'une démocratie parlementaire animée par plusieurs partis politiques.»1  Mais après avoir goûté aux délices du pouvoir, les gouvernants africains vont progressivement abandonner les régimes parlementaires pluralistes au bénéfice du présidentialisme pour aboutir en fin de compte au…


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At 4:01pm on June 7, 2011, Dr. Sarah Meharg said…
Looking forward to collaborating with you in the Social Media 4 Peace group. Love your blog - you are a great peacebuilder!
At 11:14am on May 26, 2011, Junior Toe said…
I will call u. +23176164312, the project is Torch for Peace, I will sent it to you
At 8:38am on April 21, 2009, Dennis Thokozani DLOMO said…
Hi D, Congratulations on your appointment and I look forward to seeing you in Addis Ababa. I work here in Addis though I am not Ethiopian. I work as the Executive Secretary of CISSA. It is my considered opinion that we may find experiences quite worthwhile to exchange. When do you assume your new duties? When in Addis you can reach me on 0911653371. Best wishes and congratulations once more!
At 1:55am on December 25, 2008, Joseph Fatinyan Jarbah said…
That's very great, Daniel. I am very content that you have had such a wonderful previlige. Keep on the good works.
At 12:10am on December 11, 2008, Joseph Fatinyan Jarbah said…
Hey Daniel,
I have being so busy for the last few days, at least I am a bit relief .
I was also awaiting to receive some report back from you regarding what we have discussed relative to project for the most vulnerable children in Cote D'Ivoire.
Hope to hear from you soon
At 8:54pm on November 12, 2008, Junior Toe said…
At 4:34pm on October 8, 2008, Junior Toe said…
Hi Brother
west africa need our most contribution, i am happy to meet you on our net, we can help to keep peace in our region, i am working on a torch for peace project, for the MRU countries, which i will need you help and contribution.
At 5:39pm on September 16, 2008, Dennis Thokozani DLOMO said…
I hope that this finds you in good health and doing well. Congratulations on the launch of the decisive part of the elections process in Cote d'Ivoire: the identity documents which means we are on the way to a democratic election in your country. Best wishes. I write in light of the successful conclusion of the second negotiated settlement in Zimbabwe. I observed with concern that members of the fourth estate are already becoming doomsayers even on issues that are covered comprehensively in the agreement. The issue of elections, the constitution, security services, the communications and media bill, the rebuilding of the economy and sharing of power. Clearly, many who were making observations had not seen the agreement but they were already professing to the world doom and gloom. What has been your experience where you are? How was the reporting? Any clues on how the issue should be read? I hope I am not coming across as holding you responsible for all the woes of the fourth estate, that is not at all the intention. Just to share:)
At 10:23pm on September 15, 2008, Daniel ozoukou said…
I'll reach you through your personal email ID.
Daniel ozoukou
+225 22503206
+225 02733562
At 9:23pm on September 15, 2008, Joseph Fatinyan Jarbah said…
Hey Daniel,
I am very glad you have expressed your interest in working to help my organization.
In Cote D'ivoire, especially Guiglo, I used to work for BICE ( Bureau International Catholique de l'anfant) and we were sent to my country to help get the children off the street through our programs. In 2003, when the new war entered Liberia, BICE fled the country for their own safety thus, leaving the kids vulnerable again. Because of my concern for these children and the work I already started, I Have decided to established the organization in order to help give these children a better future. Mission of my organization,Children's Welfare International is to provide the abandoned, abused and underprivileged children living in the third world countries of Africa (Liberia and D.R.Congo first) a safe haven where these children can heal,be nourished, attend school and grow to become healthy, productive citizens of their society.
Our vision:
 To heal the body, mind and soul of each child we serve
 To prepare a better future for each child we serve.
 In the next 20 years, Children's Welfare International wishes to be able to reach children in the following third world countries of Africa:
•Democratic Republic of Congo
•Ivory Coast
You can visit my website at www.thecwi.org for detail information. my personal email is jfjarbah@thecwi.org

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