After Abuja, the ECOWAS Commission plans to open a center to train human resources in Lomé

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Friday, 07 February 2020 11:53
After Abuja, the ECOWAS Commission plans to open a center to train human resources in Lomé

(Togo First) - The Economic Community of West African States’ (ECOWAS) Commission plans to open in Lomé a center to train its staff. The related communiqué was released by the Commission on February 3, 2020. 

Centralizing training will give the staff members the chance to acquire technical skills and capacities needed to do their work at the ECOWAS,” said Prof. Dias Jeremias Furtado, human resources commissioner at the Commission. 

Let’s recall that the creation of the same center in Abuja was approved the same day the communiqué was released. In Abuja, the facility will receive all citizens of the ECOWAS. It will mostly provide intra-institutional and inter-institutional training, train newly hired employees and facilitate activities such as the training of trainers themselves. Lagos could also get a similar center.

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