Togo: Youth Employment Support Project (PAIEJ-SP) validates study assessing its impacts across the country

Agriculture
Wednesday, 23 October 2019 13:43
Togo: Youth Employment Support Project (PAIEJ-SP) validates study assessing its impacts across the country

(Togo First) - On October 23, 2019, the team steering the Youth Employment Support Project (PAIEJ-SP) validated a study establishing a basis to better assess the project's impact across the country. The study was conducted by the National Institute for Statistics, Economic and Demographic Studies (INSEED).

"This study provides (us) reliable reference data on all five sectors targeted by the PAIEJ-SJ," said Agbeti Komi, Statistician and Economist at INSEED. These sectors include maize, soybean, cassava, and small ruminants.

The PAIEJ-SP was launched in 2016 and will be completed next year. It aimed to create about 20,000 direct jobs and 150,000 indirect ones in the agriculture sector over the period, by supporting farmers and businesses operating in this sector. The estimated cost for the project is XOF12 billion.

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