Togo: Stakeholders of cashew, shea, and soya sectors start 4-day entrepreneurship workshop in Kara

Agriculture
Wednesday, 09 September 2020 16:31
Togo: Stakeholders of cashew, shea, and soya sectors start 4-day entrepreneurship workshop in Kara

(Togo First) - In Togo, the actors of the cashew, shea, and soybean sectors are attending a workshop to learn the foundations of agricultural entrepreneurship.  

Hosted in Kara (412km from Lomé), the workshop began on September 8 and will end in Atakpamé (161km from Lomé) on September 11. It is being held in two stages, the first dedicated to people from the regions of Kara, Savanes, and the Centre while the second will train participants from the Plateaux and Maritime regions.

Organized by Togo's Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIT), with technical support from the government, these sessions are part of the Integrated and Enhanced Framework (IEF) program. They aim to raise awareness, train and provide support and counseling in agricultural entrepreneurship to about 70 agro-entrepreneurs. 

It should be noted that soya and shea are among the promising sectors for young Togolese, according to the World Bank. Organic soya in particular is highly regarded since Togo is the largest exporter of this commodity to Europe. 

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