SCAN Togo partners with GIZ to boost skills of Togolese artisans

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Tuesday, 05 November 2019 16:30
SCAN Togo partners with GIZ to boost skills of Togolese artisans

(Togo First) - SCAN Togo (a subsidiary of Heidelberg Cement Group) signed yesterday in Lomé a public-private partnership agreement with the German Cooperation (GIZ).

Under the agreement, the two partners commit to provide professional training in craftsmanship and construction works (masonry, carpentry, and joinery) to artisans and youth of Tokpli and its surroundings, about a hundred kilometers northeast of Lomé.

The project aims at improving work quality in the building sector in this community, "by boosting the skills of Togolese artisans and workers as well as training professional craftsmen in the surroundings of SCAN Togo," says Eric Goulignac, MD of SCAN Togo

Around two hundred masons and carpenters will be trained in the project's framework. The latter will span three years and cost XOF134 million. It benefits from GIZ's technical and financial support.

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