Sani Yaya calls out to African Solidarity Fund to help finance Togo’s national development plan  

Economic governance
Monday, 03 June 2019 15:20
Sani Yaya calls out to African Solidarity Fund to help finance Togo’s national development plan  

(Togo First) - Togo’s minister of economy and finance, Sani Yaya, urged the African Solidarity Fund (ASF) and its partners to finance the 2018-2022 national development plan. This was at the opening ceremony of ASF’s 10th general assembly.

The plan, Yaya said, “needs XOF4,622 billion in funding, two-thirds of which will be secured from the private sector. I trust that the African Solidarity Fund whose mission is to participate in the economic growth of its member States will fund key projects that fall under this plan, through its various intervention mechanisms, he added.

I would also like to invite the Fund’s partners, banks, financial institutions and private sector actors to leverage opportunities brought about by this plan to grow their activities,” the minister concluded.

Responding to the call, the head of the ASF, Ahmadou Abdoulaye Diallo, commented:  “We will significantly contribute to the financing of Togo’s national development plan.

Séna Akoda

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