Togo: Elavagnon’s agro-development training institute will officially start operating next May  

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Wednesday, 17 April 2019 14:46
Togo: Elavagnon’s agro-development training institute will officially start operating next May  

(Togo First) - Established on December 7, 2017 by President Gnassingbé, Elavagnon’s agro-development training institute (IFAD in French) is currently recruiting trainees for the start of its operations which will begin next May.

The recruiting which began last April 15, will close on April 25, 2019. The new students will receive a three-year training in aquaculture, with a focus on tilapia and clarias species, at the end of which they will get a professional baccalaureate and be able to start their own businesses.

The creation of the institute is part of a larger project under which nine similar schools will be opened across the country, over the next five years. The other institutes will provide training on agriculture, logistics, construction, transport, and digital, among others.

Ayi Renaud Dossavi

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