Togocom and PNUD plan on establishing new incubators based on Rwandan KLab model

Economic governance
Friday, 03 May 2019 12:16
Togocom and PNUD plan on establishing new incubators based on Rwandan KLab model

(Togo First) - In addition to institutional mechanisms and private initiatives existing, Togocom and the PNUD plan to create incubators based on the Rwandan Klab model. The move aims at boosting employment and fostering entrepreneurship.

Productive” talks took place last Tuesday between Aliou Dia, PNUD’s resident representative in Togo, and Affoh Atcha-Dedji, director general Togocom.

According to Dia, “private sector plays a major role in job creation and mobile telephony even more so in the process to create incubators for youth in Togo.”

Let’s note that in Rwanda, Klab incubators, the country’s most dynamic, won in December 2017, the TV5Monde innovation prize and from April 28 to 30, this year, its founder, Aphrodice Mutangana, was in Lomé to discuss with young Togolese about the initiative.

Séna Akoda

 
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