Togo and ILO sign agreement to improve access to decent employment in the country

Economic governance
Wednesday, 18 September 2019 16:30
Togo and ILO sign agreement to improve access to decent employment in the country

(Togo First) - Togo and the permanent secretariat of the International Labour Organization (ILO) have inked an agreement to improve access to decent jobs in the country, with a focus on youth, women, and the disabled. 

The agreement, a memorandum of understanding, falls under the Decent Work Country-Programme. It was signed yesterday in Lomé, by the government, the employers’ association, and ILO. While the government was represented by the minister of public works, Gilbert Bawara, ILO’s representative was its country director in Abidjan, Dramane Haidara.

“This new program, which is the fruit of a dynamic and inclusive process, revolves around many priorities, in line with the PND’s strategic objectives for a strong, sustainable and shared economic and social inclusion,” said the Togolese minister.

The program will be steered by the Togolese government, via a tri-partite committee in charge of its monitoring and evaluation.

Ayi Renaud Dossavi

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