Mining Governance and Development Project invests CFA700 mln in training at University of Lomé  

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Monday, 22 April 2019 15:06
Mining Governance and Development Project invests CFA700 mln in training at University of Lomé  

(Togo First) - In Togo, the mining governance and development project (PDGM) backed by the World Bank, has recently sponsored a quality training at the University of Lomé.

The PDGM invested CFA700 million in the training. The latter mainly focuses on improving skills and logistics of both lecturers and students through practical works and by rehabilitating lecture halls. In addition, a bus and pick-up were provided under the sponsorship.

The announcement was made April 16, during a ceremony to launch two new bachelor degrees at the Faculty of sciences of the University of Lomé: one in mining geology and another in analytical chemistry, mining and environment option. The PDGM is part of actions to boost transparency in the mining sector. It benefits from a $15 million financing from the World Bank.

Séna Akoda

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