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Thursday, May 1, 2014

What Africa West Country Sends its Missionaries to the Ghana MTC and is French-speaking?

Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)


Total Church Membership






Family History Centres
Branches (small congregations) were organized in Abidjan in 1988 and in Bouak in 1989, and with the arrival of missionaries in 1988 the Church continued to grow. It received official recognition in 1991.
Isolated families who were members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints lived in Ivory Coast in the 1970s and earlier. In the early 1980s two families returned to Ivory Coast after having joined the Church in Europe, and in 1987 there were 16 members in the country.
In 1993 the Cameroon Yaounde Mission headquarters were moved to Ivory Coast and this became the Ivory Coast Abidjan Mission. The mission concentrated its resources in the Abidjan area to establish a center of the Church here for French-speaking Africa.  The first meetinghouse in Ivory Coast was dedicated in 1997 with two more completed in 1998.

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