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Togolese Judges Visited U S Embassy on September 14, 2015

Judge Afiwa Evelyne HOHOUETO (left), President of the National Commission for the Organization for the Harmonization  of African Business Law  (OHADA), and Judge Batankimyem Suzanne Soukoudé (right), Director General of the Justice Professional Training Center, visited the U.S. Embassy on September 14, where they met with Chargée d’Affaires a.i. Dana L. Banks (center).  In October, Judges ...
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English Access Microscholarship Certificates in Kpalimé

Aware of the importance of English Language in their future lives and careers at a time when English has imposed itself as a global language, 45 English Access Microscholarship students received their certificates in Kpalimé on September 10, 2015. This event marked the end of the two-year English course organized by Martin Luther King School. ...
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Peace Corps 45 new Volunteers

On Friday, August 28th, 45 new Peace Corps Volunteers took their oath for a two year commitment to Togo in Environmental Action and Food Security, Community Health and the Prevention of Malaria, and English and Gender Education. The total number of Peace Corps Volunteers has now reached 85. In Togo, Volunteers serve in rural and ...
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The African Growth and Opportunity Act Forum

On August 24-27, 2015, the government of Gabon and theUnited States will co-host the 2015 African Growth andOpportunity Act (AGOA) Forum in Libreville, under the theme“AGOA at 15: Charting a Course for a Sustainable U.S.-AfricaTrade and Investment Partnership.” Gabon will be the first centralAfrican country to host the AGOA Forum.The 2015 Forum will provide a ...
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2015 Youth Basketball Camp

As part of its sports diplomacy programming, the Embassy of the United States, in collaboration with the Lomé Gulf Basketball League, is hosting a basketball camp from August 17-29. Mr. Tommy Davis, a U.S. basketball coach based in France, will for the third straight year teach 100 Togolese youth aged 12-18 to strengthen their basketball ...
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