200 local community actors are being trained to better tackle coastal erosion in Togo

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Wednesday, 08 January 2020 16:20
200 local community actors are being trained to better tackle coastal erosion in Togo

(Togo First) - Over a two-year period, 200 community actors of the maritime region will be taught innovative practices for sustainable land management. The ministry of environment, sustainable development and nature’s protection will be in charge of the training. 

A selection notice was issued to recruit beneficiaries. 

The training, let’s indicate, is part of the West Africa Coastal Areas Management Program (WACA ResiP), which is backed by the World Bank. The project aims to help those living in West African coastal areas, Togolese people, in this case, better tackle coastal erosion, sea pollution, and related issues. 

Let’s recall that in the framework of the WACA ResIP, the World Bank and the Ministry of environment signed contracts to develop 11 community projects last November. In addition to these parties, civil society organizations and prefectural commissions for sustainable development were also among signees. 

Also, let’s note that the World Bank has so far spent more than XOF1.5 billion in various projects in Togo. 

Ayi Renaud Dossavi

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