BOAD and PNUD seek ways to contribute, together, to Togo’s development

Economic governance
Wednesday, 15 May 2019 16:26
BOAD and PNUD seek ways to contribute, together, to Togo’s development

(Togo First) - Yesterday, the president of the West African Development Bank (BOAD), Christian Adovelande, and PNUD’s resident representative in Togo, Aliou Dia, met to discuss ways to better contribute to Togo’s development.

In effect, the talks focused on the mobilization of funds from the Green Climate Fund for Africa and Togo especially.

At the end of the “fruitful” meeting, Aliou Dia declared: “We would be glad to work with an institution as prestigious as the BOAD to support Togo’s development.

Last February, the BOAD secured €100 million to finance renewable energy in Togo and five other WAEMU states. The money went to a project aimed at decarbonizing West Africa’s energy mix and improving access to clean energy.

Séna Akoda

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