The United Nations System will spend XOF72 billion in Togo over the next five years

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Tuesday, 10 December 2019 14:12
The United Nations System will spend XOF72 billion in Togo over the next five years

(Togo First) - The United Nations System (UNS) signed yesterday with Togo a five-year cooperation agreement for the development of the West African economy. 

Estimated at around XOF72 billion, actions planned under the new agreement target four key areas: youth and women employment and entrepreneurship, access to sustainable resources and decent living standards (for the population), equal access to basic social services, and improving public institutions.

The document lays out all actions that all 13 UN institutions in Togo will undertake in the country, over the next five years. These actions align with the sustainable development goals (SDGs) and Togo's main development objectives, which are set in its national development plan (PND). 

"Togo has great ambitions, and this cooperation agreement is a way for the United Nations System to help the country achieve sustainable development goals while ensuring that its people are not left out," said Damien Mama, coordinator of the UN System. 

Séna Akoda

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