Togo gets €33.7 million from Germany to improve youth training, health, and power supply

Economic governance
Friday, 20 December 2019 18:07
Togo gets €33.7 million from Germany to improve youth training, health, and power supply

(Togo First) - This week, Germany granted Togo a subsidy of €33.7 million (about XOF22 billion). 

In detail, around €10.7 million will be used to rehabilitate, enlarge and equip training institutions (in line with a professional training and youth employment project); €8 million will go into the rehabilitation, expansion and equipping of health facilities in Kara. The remaining sum, €15 million, will be invested in phase 2 of the Power Supply Project. 

These various initiatives ultimately aim at generating more jobs for the youth in Togo, and also improving access to quality services. 

The related financing agreement was signed by Demba Tignokpa, the minister of planning, and Matias Veltin, Germany’s ambassador in Togo. 

On the occasion, the Togolese minister declared: “This facility translates once more the importance of cooperation between [the] two countries. It should help finance projects aligning with our national development plan.”

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