January 2013

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Simmering Discontent Ahead of Polls

UN INTEGRATED REGIONAL INFORMATION NETWORKS, 24 OCTOBER 2012 A recent wave of protests by Togolese opposition groups and a heavy-handed clampdown by security forces have set the scene for a tense struggle for reforms in a country that has … read more »

Last warning; so you say!

[B]Opponents are talking about “last warning”. So therefore CST has fired the last rounds by the operation “Jericho”. FAURE Gnassingbé, however, always seems to decide to go by force. He and his father total 45 years in power. So, they have seen pass by the reign of Charles de Gaulle, Pompidou, Valérie Giscard d’Estaing, Mitterrand, Chirac and more recently Nicolas

Maternal and Neonatal Mortality: Caesarean Subsidy in Togo

[B]A national forum on the subsidies to help with the cost of caesarean births has brought together in Lomé on Monday 23rd April, health technicians, decision makers and partners to permit exchanges on the strategy in order to identify the strengths.[/B] The maternal and child health together with the maternal and neonatal mortality remain a development issue in Togo as

Inauguration: Barack Obama calls on Americans to unite

[B]Speaking before a crowd of hundreds of thousands of spectators gathered at the Capitol, US President Barack Obama used his inaugural address on Monday to urge Americans to unite and seize the country’s “limitless” possibilities.[/B] Obama issued a plea for political unity while embracing liberal causes such as immigration reform, gay rights and the fight against climate change. Former Presidents

Emmanuel Sheyi Adébayor will represent Togo at African Nations Cup

[B]It’s official, Emmanuel Sheyi Adebayor, captain of the Hawks of Togo and Spurs striker, has performed a dramatic U-turn on his decision not to represent his country at the 2013 African Nations Cup. The announcement has just been made by the player following talks with Togo’s President, Faure Gnassingbé, in Lomé. [/B] The Head of the State promised to take

Signing of a grant agreement between the World Bank and the Government of Togo

[B]The World Bank has approved an International Development Association (IDA) grant of 07 billion Francs CFA to Togo to fund the second phase of the Community Development and Safety Net Project (PDCplus). The signing of this agreement took place Thursday, April 12, 2012 in Lomé between the Togolese Minister of economy and finance, Adji Otèth Ayassor and the resident representative