Togo : India injects $1M in biodiversity preservation project at the Fazao-Malfakassa national park

Economic governance
Tuesday, 16 July 2019 13:24
Togo : India injects $1M in biodiversity preservation project at the Fazao-Malfakassa national park

(Togo First) - India has provided Togo a million dollars to preserve biodiversity in the Fazao-Malfakassa national park. The project launched yesterday, July 15, will be carried out by UNESCO, revealed the institution’s representative in Togo, Damien Mama.

In effect, the new project will foster a better management of protected areas and this will involve various parties, including surrounding communities. It should also create 350 green jobs.

The project’s final goal is to get the Fazao-Malfakassa Park listed on the UNESCO’s biosphere reserves as well as participating in the development of green economies. It also reflects how buoyant the South-South cooperation is.

The Fazao-Malfakassa Park is Togo’s largest national park. It is situated between the Kara and Centrale regions.

togofirst mobile

 
Sondage
Should we encourage young togolese toward agriculture?
  • 57 Votes
    Yes
    55.88%
  • 25 Votes
    No
    24.51%
  • 20 Votes
    Don't have opinion
    19.61%
← Back
Total 102 Votes

To contact us: c o n t a c t [@] t o g o f i r s t . c o m

Please publish modules in offcanvas position.