World Bank will support the national development plan’s implementation

Economic governance
Thursday, 11 April 2019 16:24
World Bank will support the national development plan’s implementation

(Togo First) - On the sidelines of the World Bank’s annual assembly, the Bretton Woods institution committed to support Togo’s National Development Plan (2018-2022 PND). This is after meeting a delegation from the West African country asking the institution to increase its financing for Togo.

Representing Togo at the meeting was the minister of finances, Sani Yaya, and head of development planning, Demba Tignokpa. On the World Bank’s side, there was the Vice President, Hafez Ghanem (picture), its chief of operations in Togo, Pierre Laporte, and its representative in Togo, Hawa Cissé Wagué. On this occasion, the two parties also assessed Togo’s current macroeconomic situation.

Recently, it should be noted, Pierre Laporte, has been replaced as chief of the WB operations in Togo, by Coralie Gevers.  

Séna Akoda

 
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