On Tuesday December 08, 2020, Ambassador Stromayer officially launched the English Access micro-scholarship program at APET la Promotion school in Kpalimé for 45 deserving students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds, selected from colleges and high schools in the city of Kpalimé and its surroundings. For a period of two years, this intensive program will train these young people not only for English but also in basic tools in Computer and civism. Were also present, the Director of the Public Affairs Section of the US Embassy, Tiffany Miller, the Regional Director of Education and the Representative of the Mayor of the municipality of Kpalimé. To respect the covid 19 pandemic restrictions, the use of masks, hand sanitizers, and social distancing were observed. This new edition of the Access program is the third of its kind in the city of Kpalimé after that of 2013 and 2014 at the Martin Luther King school in Kpalimé. The American Mission in Togo, through the implementation of this Access program, once again shows its firm commitment to support the efforts of the Togolese government in the promotion of the young through quality education for a better future forTogolese youth.