The University of Lomé gets new equipment from UNDP

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Thursday, 29 October 2020 14:00
The University of Lomé gets new equipment from UNDP

(Togo First) - Congruent with its modernization efforts, the University of Lomé (UL) received last Tuesday a new IT and audiovisual equipment from the UN Development Program (UNDP). The tools, worth more than CFA52 billion, were provided under a partnership between the UN body and public universities. 

For the UL which has been investing more in online training due to Covid-19 restrictions, the support is heavenly mana.

During the reception of the equipment, the UNDP’s representative Aliou Dia declared: Migration to e-learning is vital today, not only as an alternative to conventional classes but as an indispensable milestone that will enable African universities to remain competitive. 

The minister of higher education, Majesté Ihou Wateba, who was present on the occasion said for his part that the support would help the university better handle the 2020-2021 academic year, especially considering the health crisis spurred by the pandemic. Due to the pandemic, he added, “distance learning became a necessity to effectively meet current needs.”

 
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