The African branch of the World Health Organization (WHO) reacted following the publication of the reports of the Courts of Auditors of Senegal and Togo, revealing irregularities in the management of funds for COVID-19.
The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Global Alliance for the Elimination of Neglected Tropical Diseases presented on Monday in Lomé, a distinction to Togo for having eliminated on its territory, at least 4 neglected tropical diseases.
Togo hosts from this Monday, until August 26, the 72nd session of the WHO Regional Committee for Africa. The event, which will bring together the luminaries of the health sector, will take place at the International Conference Center of Lomé.
After initial support in 2020 as part of the prevention of Covid-19, Togo is benefiting new support from Japan. The Japanese government has decided to grant its Togolese counterpart an emergency donation of $2 million (just over one billion FCFA), the Togolese government announced on Monday.
The consular service of the Turkish Embassy in Lomé remains inoperative. Visas will still be issued to Togolese citizens by the Turkish Embassy in Cotonou, Benin, the Embassy recalled in a statement issued with some updates on new travel measures regarding Covid-19.
In view of the positive evolution of the fight against the spread of Covid-19, the Togolese Executive is easing the conditions of arrival and departure at Gnassingbé Eyadéma International Airport (AIGE) in Lomé.
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.