Côte D’Ivoire: The grant will support deploying the first nationwide network of low-cost PM2.5 sensors and will provide data in a fully open manner. It will also bring a task force of actors from public and private sectors. The task force will include the District Autonome d’Abidjan, the Ministry of Environment, the Ministry of Health, and the National Pharmacists’ Association. The task force will sign a convention that defines its aims, its functioning, and how it intends to reach its goals for clean air. Based on insights from the data collected through the air quality sensor network, the task force will raise awareness, advocate for policy updates, and create a concrete draft of legislation aimed at taking protective and tangible measures.