Over 10 years, the UNDP spent about €2.3 million on environmental protection in Togo

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Thursday, 17 January 2019 17:01
Over 10 years, the UNDP spent about €2.3 million on environmental protection in Togo

(Togo First) - Recently, seven Togolese NGOs received around CFA145 million from the UNDP, under the Global Environment Facility’s Microfinance Program (PMF/FEM).

With this funding, the PNUD invested €2.3 million or CFA1.5 billion in environmental protection in Togo, over 10 years.

Projects backed by the institution cover the preservation of mountain ecosystems, preserving community forests, developing rural forests, promoting ecotourism, collecting and recycling plastic waste, as well as teaching about sustainable land management practices.

In the long run, these projects aim to reduce poverty and make populations more resilient to global warming effects.

Ayi Renaud Dossavi

 
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