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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A New Resource Center for Social Entrepreneurs

The U.S. Embassy and the Government of Togo have agreed to enter into a partnership to support young social entrepreneurs in Togo. The agreement was signed March 25 on the margins of a workshop organized by the Embassy’s Public Affairs Section to promote the concept of social enterprises, which are broadly defined as organizations that ...
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Embassy-sponsored journalism competition strengthens democracy in Togo

The U.S. Embassy, in partnership with the Embassy of France, the United Nations Development Program, and Togo’s journalism school, ISICA, launched the second edition of “Les Lauriers du Journalisme d’Impact au Togo,” (LJI) a competition to reward and encourage quality journalism in Togo. Ambassador David Gilmour of the United States, Mactar Fall, resident director of ...
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Embassy Promotes Social Cohesion in Sokode

The U.S. Embassy has been at the forefront of efforts to promote peace and social cohesion in Sokode following the eruption of violence that occurred in 2017. The latest initiative, entitled “Youth of Sokode on the Move for Social Cohesion,” was officially launched by Ambassador Gilmour during a ceremony at the Library and Cultural Center ...
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