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Nearly 1,000 Ivorian refugees in Togo


President Faure Gnassingbe met Valentin Tapsoba, the West Africa representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), on Wednesday.
The focus, situation of the Ivorians who have fled their country to take refuge in T...

The World Bank helping the private sector


The World Bank on Wednesday approved a donation of $ 13 million (about 6.5 billion CFA francs) to help Togo in developing the private sector.

According to the institution, the focus will be on reducing the duration of formalities for the c...

Togo reaching new heights

A little over a year after launching Asky, whose success needs no introduction, a new company marked its arrival in Togo on Friday.
"Fly To Go" ,being its name, is positioned in a market very different from that of Asky.
As...

Bail for some prisoners ?

A case of impairment in the national security of Togo in April 2009 could soon find new developments, affirms the Friday weekly 'The Liberal'.
The newspaper reported that prosecutors could seek the provisional release of some detainees. How...

Three projects financed by BOAD

The West African Development Bank (BOAD) approved a funding of more than 16 billion FCFA to Togo at the final stage of the Governing body meeting on Friday.
This support will be taken up for various projects, 6.5 billion to finance a part o...

Volunteerism as a step towards a real job

Thousands of Togolese youth seeking employment responded overwhelmingly to the call for civic engagement initiated by the Ministry of Development at the grass-root level, Crafts, Youth and Youth Employment, through its program of promoting Nation...

Anne Lauvergeon will send experts to Japan

Anne Lauvergeon (photo), President of of Areva, also a member of the Togo Presidential Investment Advisory Council (TPIAC), the Think Thank introduced last week by President Faure Gnassingbé to guide the investment strategy of Togo, arrived in Ja...

Foreign nationals being evacuated towards Lomé

An air bridge was set up by the French authorities between Abidjan and Lomé to operate the evacuation of foreign nationals in Ivory Coast. This is not a general evacuation, but it provides for a possibility of making a temporary shelter on a volu...

President of the Gabonese National Assembly visits Togo

The President of the National Assembly of Gabon, Guy Nzouba Ndama, arrived in Lomé on Sunday night, for a short visit, at the invitation of the Togolese Speaker, Abbas Bonfoh.
Mr. Ndama will attend the opening of the first regular session of...

1,500 Ivorian refugees in Lomé

With the situation worsening in Ivory Coast, the flow of refugees in Togo continues. According to the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), there are now 1,500 refugees in Lomé.
The authorities are now considering in taking me...