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Les financements en cours accordés par la BAD au Mali s’élèvent à près de 140 milliards de FCFA
Quelques 750 nouveaux volontaires viennent de prêter serment ce mardi 12 mars 2013 à Lomé.
26 promoteurs de projets bénéficient d’une subvention globale de 340,448 millions de FCFA à eux accordée par le gouvernement togolais.
Les praticiens togolais de la microfinance ont célébré pour la deuxième fois consécutive les 20 et 23 septembre dernier à Lomé, la semaine de la microfinance.
Coopération Union européenne – Sénégal / L’Union Européenne contribue à hauteur de 10.5 milliards de FCFA (16 M€) à la réforme de la gestion foncière en milieu urbain, la modernisation de l’état civil et la gestion durable des pêcheries
The tourism landscape Togo recorded a newborn. This is the bar-restaurant “Manchester United” opened on July 15 in Lome in an environment well maintained by comedians and actors Togo renowned.
Various personalities first and foremost the Togolese Minister of Social Action and National Solidarity Mémounatou Ibrahima, responded overwhelmingly to the invitation of the management of this jewel where the initiative comes from members of the Association of Young Farmers Modern (AJAM).
By investing in this way in the tourism sector of Togo, the initiators of the bar restaurant ‘Manchester United’ agree to join forces and bring their stones in the development process in which Togo is firmly committed under the leadership of the Head of State of Togo Faure Gnassingbe Essozimna.
” This is also for players AJAM contribute in one way or another to food self-sufficiency and by extension, the poverty reduction”, for his part, indicated in his Welcome Mr. Benjamin AWESSO Secretary General representing Mr. Max AWESSO AJAM the President of this association structure also CEO of “Manchester United”, himself a fan or admirer (according to several sources) of the “Manchester United Football Club, “an English football club based in the Trafford district near the city of Manchester in England.
It took a total fortune of 36 million FCFA as a personal investment in AJAM and support to its partners to set up such a book whose main activity is the restoration of which are proposed both African and European menus, and this cost given the financial situation of Togolese way.
It is therefore the public in all its diversity can find satisfaction in the bar restaurant “Manchester United”.
It should be remembered that a symbolic ribbon cutting by the Minister of Social Action had conditioned access to the building, allowing the public to discover and throughout its entire edifice.