Ambassador’s Remarks during Mandela day cleaning activity on July 21, 2018 at Polyclinique de Tsévié

Remarks Ambassador Gilmour Mandela day cleaning activity July 21, 2018 –  0730 – 1100 AM Polyclinique de Tsévié et Monument de l’Union   Monsieur the Prefet, Representative of the Director of ANASAP Colleagues from the U.S. Embassy. Dear exchange program Alumni, especially YALI fellows, Ladies and gentlemen, I should begin by saying Great Work! You ...
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Embassy Celebrates Mandela Day with Community Service

Embassy Lome joined in the worldwide commemoration of the 100th anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s birth by launching a day of community service in his honor. Staff from the Embassy, along with over 50 members of the Embassy’s exchange program alumni association, traveled to the city of Tsevie just north of Lome to spend the morning ...
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Embassy celebrated Earth Day 2018 with an “Eco-Jogging” activity

On Saturday, April 21, the Embassy celebrated Earth Day 2018 with an “Eco-Jogging” activity. Eco-Jogging is an innovative concept that combines sports, civic participation, and environmentalism by challenging participants to pick up as much waste as they can while jogging a pre-determined distance.  The event was financed by the Embassy and supported by the Club ...
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Embassy supports park rangers to protect Togo’s wildlife

The embassy’s economic counselor, Ryan Ballow, handed over a lot of equipment and property donated by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to the Eco Guards of the Fazao-Malfakasaa National Park in Sokodé on Feb. 2. Tossou Datè K. Akpédjé, the Director of the Ministry of Environment based in Sokodé received the donation, which included over ...
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Citizens in Action: Beach Clean-Up

On Saturday  September 16, about 500 young volunteers, members and staff of NGOs, ministries and private companies of Lome promptly responded to the call of CAPLO (Club of Friends of the Beach and Oceans) and STADD (Science and the African Technology for Sustainable Development), for a beach clean-up in Lome, thanks to the initiative and ...
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World Ocean Day

On Saturday June 10,  more than 600 young people from schools, universities, NGOs and private companies from Lome participated in the World Ocean Day, organized by CAPLO (Friends of the Beach and Oceans) and STADD (African Science and Technology for Sustainable Development), and supported by the US Embassy in Togo. Apart from cleaning up a ...
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