Togolese gvt’ commits to accelerating social programs

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Monday, 29 November 2021 12:17
Togolese gvt’ commits to accelerating social programs

(Togo First) - The Togolese government will speed up the implementation of social projects for populations. The commitment was made last Friday after the second government seminar held in Kara, northern Togo. 

The officials present at the seminar assessed the implementation of the 2020–2025 government roadmap, with a focus on key projects such as the universal health insurance program, universal access to drinking water, building housing units, collecting data on socio-economic infrastructure, and digitizing public administration. They also looked at Covid’s impact on the roadmap’s implementation.

According to the statement released following the meeting, President Gnassingbé, based on the assessments’ results, stressed the need to achieve the “results that the population expects.” Similarly, his ministers talked about “improving coordination, project preparation and the legibility of project achievements.” In this regard, the officials noted that a “reinforced coordination” would be crucial.  

The government roadmap breaks down into three main components, namely greater inclusion, social harmony, and consolidating peace; creating jobs for the youth; modernizing Togo and improving existing structures.

Esaïe Edoh

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