Togo: BOAD trains economic actors to new procedures relating to public procurement provision

Economic governance
Monday, 04 February 2019 18:05
Togo: BOAD trains economic actors to new procedures relating to public procurement provision

(Togo First) - The West African Development Bank (BOAD) is organizing in Lomé a five-day workshop on new procedures relating to the provision of public procurements to economic actors in Togo.

The workshop aims at “helping actors concerned by public procurements to get more acquainted with these new tools”, says Christophe AGUESSY, special advisor at the BOAD. This would according to him “increase funds disbursed for projects financed by the BOAD in Togo”.

In detail, participants will be taught about instructions relative to procurement provision, related documentation, as well as policies preventing and tackling fraud and corruption.

Let’s recall that the BOAD invests in various sectors across its member states, especially in agriculture, telecommunications, road, port and airport infrastructures. In 2018, it provided Togo CFA682 billions worth of financing.

Ayi Renaud Dossavi

 
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