Dr. Michel Kodom, president-founder of Aimes-Africa NGO decided to change in 10 years, the standard of living of rural people through his project, "10 villages of Aimes-Africa".
It is often said that young people are the future. However, when we talk about rural youth, the reality is that not many see a future in agriculture or in their places of origin.
The result of a study ordered by the Support Project for the Employability and Integration of Young People in the Carrier Sectors (PAEIJ-SP) confirms the enormous potential of this sector.
Adjorogou, a village located in Vo Koutime canton, about 12km north-east of the town of Vogan (maritime region) is still in darkness.
A dinner marked Thursday in Lomé the end of the celebration of 25 years of WAEMU.
It is a total disappointment displayed by Togbe Tobli Sowonou, chief of the village of Djogblakope (30 km north-east of Lome).
From 130,000 tons in the 80s, the current annual production of coffee in Cameroon is under 30,000 tons.
This adventure of 30 years has been celebrated on Saturday by the agricultural entrepreneurship training center (Sichem), settled in Dzogblakope (30 km north-east of Lome).
The Agence for Robusta Coffee of Africa and Madagascar (ACRAM) obtained € 5 million from the European Union, thanks to the ACP-EU cooperation to boost the robusta coffee promotion in Africa.
Stretched out on 192,000 hectares, Fazao-Malfakassa National Park located between the Central and Kara regions (north-Togo) will become a biosphere reserve (BR).
Already established in Benin, VegInnov, specialized in market gardening, intends to put its know-how at the disposal of the sector in Togo.
The first thing to keep in mind from the lunch of the ProMIFA on Friday in Lome is that the beneficiaries will be selected following calls for projects to be launched by MIFA on [...]
After an exploratory visit to Togo, Netafim, an Israeli firm specialized in precision irrigation and greenhouse agriculture returned its results on Wednesday in Lome.
Produced by the Technical Center for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) and Dalberg Advisors, the 2018-2019 report on the Digitization of Agriculture (D4Ag) in Africa justifies the use of technologies to develop agriculture in Africa.
The main objective displayed by the Togolese government through the first Togo-European Union Economic Forum is to make the private sector the spearhead of the national economy.
The first IFAD already operating at Elavagnon (60Km far from Atakpame in the Plateaux region) since May 21 with 60 students is officially inaugurated on Tuesday by president Faure Gnassingbe.
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