Togo: State Secretariat in charge of financial inclusion starts a set of workshops on financial education for microfinance institutions

Economic governance
Thursday, 03 October 2019 13:53
Togo: State Secretariat in charge of financial inclusion starts a set of workshops on financial education for microfinance institutions

(Togo First) - Yesterday in Lomé, the first stage of a battery of training workshops dedicated to financial inclusion that will be organized over the whole country was launched. 

This was done by Prince-Agbodjan, representative of Mazamesso Assih, State Secretary in charge of financial inclusion and the informal sector. On the occasion, he said the training is essential to teach Togolese how to manage financial resources and access loans. 

The initiative follows, according to Price-Agbodjan, a finscope study that revealed that  "53% of Togolese people say they need financial education" and "71% of them said they had financial issues to honor their commitments." 

During the recent training, topics such as budgeting, savings, digital financial education, and others will be covered. The next locations to host the workshop are Tsévié, Kpalimé, Atakpamé, Sokodé, Kara, and Dapaong. 

Séna Akoda

togofirst mobile

 
Sondage
Should we encourage young togolese toward agriculture?
  • 57 Votes
    Yes
    55.88%
  • 25 Votes
    No
    24.51%
  • 20 Votes
    Don't have opinion
    19.61%
← Back
Total 102 Votes

To contact us: c o n t a c t [@] t o g o f i r s t . c o m

Please publish modules in offcanvas position.