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Togo: Pourquoi faut-il Augmenter les Revenus? / Togo: Why Should Salaries be Increased?

In an international environment marked by the economic crisis and its corollaries, the well being of the people is more than ever at the heart of the debate. Which levers should then be focused on to ensure strong growth which does not generate ec...

Impact Social des Nouvelles Dispositions Fiscales de la loi de Finances Gestion 2017 au Togo / Social Impact of the New Tax Provisions of the 2017 Finance Management Law in Togo

In developing countries (DCs), the unequal distribution of income and the preponderance of the informal economy make it easier to generate tax revenue by taxing transactions in goods and services than by taxing income. In fact, taxation on goods a...

Les Imperatifs de Capacités en Science, Technologie et innovation dans les pays Africains: Cas du Togo / The Requirements of Capacities in Science, Technology and Innovation in African Countries: Case of Togo

Togo has a National Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) policy based on the priorities defined by the Strategy for Accelerated Growth and Employment Promotion (SCAPE 2013-2017) in the field of research and development, one of the factors of m...

Analyse de l’Evolution des dépenses de Santé de l’Etat Togolais de 2009 - 2013 / Analysis of the Development of Health Expenditure in the Togolese State from 2009 - 2013

In developing countries, where income levels remains precarious, the resources granted by the state to the health sector, remain decisive for the well-being of the populations. In Togo, although efforts have recently been made to improve the man...

Soutenabilité de la Politique Budgétaire des Pays de la CEDEAO: Cas du Togo / Sustainability of the ECOWAS Countries' Budget Policy: Case of Togo

The main objective of this study was to assess the sustainability of Togo's fiscal policy. From the analysis of its public finances, it appears that the efforts made for the stability of the macroeconomic framework, including reforms in the manage...

Rapport d'Autoevaluation des Politiques et des Institutions du Togo / Self Assessment Report of Policies and Togolese Institutions

The analysis of the results of the self-evaluation according to the CPIA criteria makes it possible to observe that grades range from 2 (unsatisfactory) to 5 (satisfactory). Macro management seems to have the most satisfactory results with a score...

Togolese Informal Sector Workers' Willingness to Pay for Access to Social Protection: The Case Study of CNSS

In Togo, around 58.7 percent of the population live below the poverty line. Poor families cannot afford to pay for some of the basic services making them vulnerable to social risks. These risks such as old age, death in the family, and disabling a...

L' Agropole de Kara / The Kara Agropole

The Kara agropole is a pilot project implemented within the framework of the strategic plan for the development of agropoles in Togo (2017-2030) and the "Feed Africa" initiative. Thus, the project aims to create conditions favorable to private inv...

In Togo, Inadequate Health Services Feed Growing Dissatisfaction with Government Performance

Despite significant gains on basic health indicators, Togo’s health system remains fragile. Periodic disruptions became particularly trying for the public during a 2018 strike when even essential services were unavailable. Striking health-care wor...

Les Togolais ne Sont pas Satisfaits de la Performance du Gouvernement en Éducation / Togolese are not Satisfied with the Government's Performance in Education

Togo has made considerable progress in the field of education and the promotion of youth. At the early childhood level, the pre-school enrolment rate for 4-5 year-olds increased from 15.8% to 37.2% from 2013 to 2017. The net enrolment rate also ...

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