Vol. 2, Issue 6 (2017)
Impact of street restauration on the populations of bouaké (Côte d’ivoire)
Author(s): Akmel Meless Siméon, Mazou Gnazegbo Hilaire, Yaro Issa, Akmel Meless Essim Alida Lizette
Abstract: This paper essentially analyses the sanitary constraints associated with street restauration (castering), an informal sector in Bouaké. To achieve this, the work is carried out at Air France, district of the said commune, field of investigation. A both qualitative and quantitative, the study presents the results of the field. It identifies the determinants of street castering (economic value, sociocultural value) and explains the diseases (typhoid, migraine, hearing disorder) caused by the activity and taken over by the actors (treatment by plants, Biomedicine). The existence of health problems related to work in Air France shows the need for a critical analysis of street restauration.