News & Events

Statement by Ambassador Eric Stromayer

Statement by Ambassador Eric Stromayer On January 6, a mob descended on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. in an effort to prevent the U.S. Congress from certifying November’s presidential election results. It was a disturbing sight and an affront to our electoral processes and rule of law. Violence to resolve political issues is unjustifiable in ...
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Open Doors 2020 – Togo Student Mobility Facts and Figures

The Public Affairs Section is pleased to share with you the 2020 Student Mobility Facts and Figures document for Togo which reflects the 2020 Open Doors data.  Togo had a 13.2% increase in the number of students studying in the United States, the first increase in two years. In addition, Togo experienced a 35.3% increase ...
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Access program Launch in Kpalime

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 ...
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International Education Week

From November 16 to 22, 2020, the United States’ Embassy in Togo is celebrating International Education Week, this year under the theme:  Engaged. Resilient. Global. Despite the unprecedented turmoil we have experienced due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Office of Educational and Cultural Affairs remains engaged with the international community, resilient and determined to support U.S. ...
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