Côte d’Ivoire

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Côte d’Ivoire
A country in Africa
The number of individual languages listed for Côte d’Ivoire is 85. Of these, 84 are living and 1 is extinct. Of the living languages, 74 are indigenous and 10 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 4 are institutional, 36 are developing, 36 are vigorous, 6 are in trouble, and 2 are dying.
Official Name
Republic of Cote d’Ivoire
Population

23,900,000 (2016 PRB)

Principal Languages
French
Literacy Rate
50% (2015 UNESCO)
Immigrant Languages
Bisa (63,000), Dogoso, Eastern Karaboro (5,610), Glaro-Twabo, Jenaama Bozo, Khe, Malba Birifor, Mòoré, Siamou, Sìcìté Sénoufo, Soninke (100,000), Southern Toussian, Turka, Vietnamese
International Conventions
ACHPR (1992), CDE (1999), CPPDCE (2007), CSICH (2006), ICCPR (1992)
General References
Institut de Linguistique Appliquée 1983, Bendor-Samuel and Hartell 1989, Delafosse 1904
Language Counts
The number of individual languages listed for Côte d’Ivoire is 85. Of these, 84 are living and 1 is extinct. Of the living languages, 74 are indigenous and 10 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 4 are institutional, 36 are developing, 36 are vigorous, 6 are in trouble, and 2 are dying.
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