Help us to buid a shack in Motobé – Abidjan
together we can made dreams real
You are looking for a new destination for DXpedition. Help us to build a shack at Motobé.
Ivory Coast has its RACES. they supported and encouraged by 4 French associations, to develop their activities but lacked a shack.
Motobé’s school is far from everything. With an amateur radio station in the village, the children of the school could have opened up to the whole world
Our solidarity sponsors
F6KOP is a worldwide well known DXer club. From the very first day they are supporting this program
The French society for Visually impaired people is engaged to support visualy impaired Yupougon Institute
Founded in April 1925, R.E.F ‘s (French Transmitters Network association) purpose is to create a friendly link between anyone interested in amateur radio activities.
Rotary club Pont sur Yonne District 1750 is supporting this action for éducational program.
A french RASEC provided a large quantity of equipement to
French Rep for AOR, ALINCO, COMET, DXPatrol, NISSEI.
Since 2010 ABEILLE Carriere employs 300 people in various fields such as mining activities and the production of ready-mixed concrete in Côte d’Ivoire.
Provins, rural town, UNESCO World Heritage, support for the TU7C project
The purpose of AMSAT-Francophone is to develop the amateur service by satellite and in space, particularly for French-speaking countries.
Cargo and Freight Company
We decided to do it because we are like our radio waves. We are limitless.
Fred – Team Leader
Pro-sic share owner
Mathurin – Team Leader Ivory Coast
ADRASEC CI Président Founder
Tony – Visualy Impaired radioamateur
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Georges CHAPEY – FF8CG
Born on July 15, 1921
In 1951 he arrived in Abidjan with the callsign FF8CG
In 1959 he becomes FF4AA
From 1962 to 1982 he get the new call TU2AA
ALternativaly from 1965 to 2005 he will be in France with the call F3CM
He died in January 2006