National Administration School (ENA) gets CFA300 million from UNDP

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Friday, 20 November 2020 16:04
National Administration School (ENA) gets CFA300 million from UNDP

(Togo First) - Taking a leaf out of the book of the universities of Lomé and Kara, the national administration school (ENA) started its digital transition. It will benefit from the UNDP’s support in this framework. 

Headed by Prof. Adamah Kpodar, the ENA will indeed receive CFA300 million over three years. The funds will, according to the UNDP’s resident representative in Togo, Aliou Dia, be injected into the academy’s institutional reform. 

Let it be recalled that this funding comes a few days after the university of Lomé received CFA250 million for its digital transition. 

Séna Akoda

 
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