Trombinoscope (UK)
Wednesday, 04 November 2020 08:26

(Togo First) - The current Prime Minister of Togo, Victoire Tomegah-Dogbé has been in the government for the past 12 years. Before her recent appointment as head of the government, she was minister of grassroots development and director of cabinet of the President. One of the personalities the leader trusts the most, Tomegah-Dogbé holds a Master's in economics and management she obtained in 1982.

Six years later, she obtained another degree in management, at AARHUS in Denmark, then a specialized graduate diploma in governance, poverty, and gender from the UNDP virtual school.

In 1986, Tomegah-Dogbé began her professional career as chief of staff at Industries Togolaise des Plastiques (ITP). Subsequently, she was successively promoted head of supply, then administrative and financial Director. From 1992 to 1994, she moved to Shell, where she was in charge of the firm's network in Togo.

In 1994, Tomegah Dogbe took over the management of ITP, a position she stayed in until 1998; the year in which she joined the UNDP. There, she occupied various positions of importance, knowingly at the institution's offices in Togo, Congo Brazzaville, Burkina-Faso, and Benin. She was at the UNDP until she became the minister of grassroots development, in 2008.

In her recent position, she has spearheaded many initiatives such as the ANADEB, PN-PTFM, FAIEJ, PRADEB, and PAIEJ-SP, all in favor of vulnerable groups, especially youth and women.


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