U.S. agencies including the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), from which Togo recently benefited an upgrade to Compact, are hosting a webinar on Wednesday on U.S. government financing for the private sector in Togo.
The West African Development Bank or BOAD, approved last week, during the meeting of its Board of Directors, a disbursement of 5.137 billion FCFA (about 8.5 million USD) for the financing of a shopping mall in Lomé, the capital of Togo.
David Malpass began his stay in Lomé on Friday March 31, 2023 with a meeting with the Prime Minister of Togo, Victoire Dogbé. A meeting, extended to members of the government, was organized on this occasion.
Over the past five years, the overall traffic at the only Togolese port, Autonomous Port of Lomé, has grown by 34.6%, increasing in particular from 22 million tonnes of goods in 2018 to 30 million in 2022.
The Prime Minister of Togo, Victoire Dogbe met Ms. Rabab Fatima United Nations High Representative of the Least Developed States (UN-OHRLLS) as she attends the 5th Conference of LDC going on in Doha, Qatar.
Since last month, the report of the Court of Auditors on COVID-19 funds in Togo has been unveiled on the institution's website and has been the subject of comments on social media, especially since it reveals irregularities in the management.
More than 300 participants are expected at the second Pan-African Poultry Conference that Togo will host from May 16 to 18, 2023. The event is co-organized by the Regional Center of Excellence on Avian Sciences and the World Poultry Science Association (WPSA).
The capital of Togo, Lomé will host from January 19 to 20, 2023, the International Conference on Financing (CILF). The event should bring together personalities from the African economy around the financing of businesses and major projects.
The ministers in charge of road infrastructure of Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Togo, Benin and Nigeria committed themselves during a meeting last week in Lomé, to accelerate the process of the development project of the highway of the Abidjan-Lagos corridor.
Depuis ce triste jour du 13 janvier 1963 où Sylvanius Olympio fut assassiné, tous ceux qui ont essayé d´affronter la dictature en se mettant sur son chemin, furent impitoyablement éliminés. La liste de tous ces martyrs, assassinés d´une façon ou d´une autre, est longue. Les nombreuses tentatives depuis le début des années ´90 pour humaniser le pouvoir d´état et le rendre aux Togolais, n´ont pas pu résister à la terreur militaire, seule légitimité de la dictature du père en fils.