FAO boosts food security in Northern Togo

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Monday, 08 July 2019 11:56
FAO boosts food security in Northern Togo

(Togo First) - The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) will spend XOF41.4 million in Northern Togo, the Savanes region precisely, to improve food security in the area.

The institution’s representation in the country indeed signed last Friday a memorandum of understanding in this framework with the ministry of agriculture, the Red Cross, the national agency for civil protection and the Technical Support and Council Institute (ICAT).  

FAO’s provision falls under a project to “boost resilience of households affected by floods in the Savanes region,” and part of the funds will thus help these people cope with the phenomenon.  

In detail, food supplies will be distributed to 900 people, technical trainings in agriculture will be offered, savings and loans associations in villages will be established as well as community listening clubs.

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