Togo: 92 billion FCFA mobilized for the National Development Policy at the base (PNDB), from 2012 to 2017
From 2012 to 2017, 92 billion FCFA were mobilized for the National Development Policy at the base (PNDB) in Togo. Information provided as part of the last evaluation of this Program, presented late last week (Friday, August 9, 2019), at a meeting chaired by Victoire Tomégah-Dogbé (photo), Minister in charge of Development at the base. During the period under review, these resources were used, for example, to set up more than 300 agricultural product processing units, implement more than 1,300 micro-projects, and restructure and strengthen more than 5,530 projects. development committees at the grassroots. In addition, more than 2,600 basic socio-community infrastructures (classrooms, peripheral care units, markets, boreholes, etc.) were built as part of the promotion of basic infrastructures. It should also be noted that the social safety net segment has enabled 30,000 women to benefit from cash transfers and to create more than 27,000 temporary jobs. More than 29 million hot meals were served in more than 300 schools in Togo. As a reminder, the PNDB includes a set of projects financed by the Togolese government, with technical and financial support from partners. These include the World Bank Group, the African Development Bank, the West African Development Bank and the United Nations Development Program.