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 International Conference on “Political transitions and the fight against terrorism in the Sahel and West Africa” announced to be held in the Togolese capital on April 21 is postponed to a later date.
A total of 137 teachers were fired during the week from the framework of education officials by Togo's Minister of Public Service, Labor and Social Dialogue, Gilbert Bawara, who signed an order to this effect.
Togo is preparing to update the general conditions related to the entry and stay of foreigners on its territory. The government, meeting Monday in the Council of Ministers , adopted a draft law to this effect.
Togo has officially launched the deployment of Trade Barriers Africa, an online mechanism allowing economic actors to contribute directly to the removal of barriers to trade between countries of the Continental Free Trade Area.
United Nations Office of counter-terrorism (UNOCT) and the Togolese Foreign Minister, Robert Dussey launched on Tuesday the implementation of technical assistance on vulnerable targets protection for Togo as part of the Global Programme on the Protection of Vulnerable Targets.