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Togo is a tropical, sub-Saharan nation in west Africa whose economy depends mostly on Agriculture. They need more guidance on new techniques especially in agriculture and new irrigation systems as well as other areas of TCD.
villagers impacted each year
The Work in Togo
GHNI has helped them bring in change to their lives by building new wells to improve irrigation. Our team has helped them establish women’s empowerment centers and brought in sewing machines to help them generate income and promote women’s development and sustainability in Talonga and Batemoni. They are so grateful for the help and the hope they are receiving as they see developments emerging all around their village.
Literacy centers have also been established in Batemoni and the people of all agers are really extending their support and showing their enthusiasm to learn more. Due to their involvement, the literacy centers are now slowly being developed into early education centers and soon, with better funding new schools will be built. Having a proper school in one of the villages will ensure better education for children in all the surrounding communities.
For health, they are also developing to adapt better sanitation practices as we helped them build more latrines in Blamonga and Kouti. We have also set up medical camps in the area and we found out that they are in desperate need of very essential resources at the least. Healthcare is important as a significant population is also affected by Goiter disease that causes swelling in necks and they need surgeries. They also need help building schools and they have the right training to maintain them and develop them but they just need some funds to afford the building cost.
Togo is one of the places where TCD transformation has also inspired several surrounding villages to follow them and develop on their own. They are joining communities together and advancing the world and their futures.
Recently there is also need with the state of emergency floods in the rural and Ndjamena areas, with eyes always toward new TCD and village graduation opportunities.