National fund for inclusive finance urges youth and women entrepreneurs to manifest their interest for public procurements

Economic governance
Tuesday, 07 May 2019 14:40
National fund for inclusive finance urges youth and women entrepreneurs to manifest their interest for public procurements

(Togo First) - The National fund for inclusive finance (FNFI) invites all young entrepreneurs, and businesswomen, to apply for a contract to make T-shirts and another relating to the purchase of hardware supplies.

For the first contract, the call to manifestation of interest targets youth and women entrepreneurs all over the country and registered on the website of the national directorate for public procurements monitoring (DNCMP). Overall, 42 people are concerned by this call while 43 are for the second call.

This move aligns with the government’s decision to set aside 25% of public procurements to youth and women entrepreneurs as announced by President Gnassingbé in a recent speech to the parliament. This figure let’s recall was set at 20% last year.  

Séna Akoda

 
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