Togo: Two new cassava transformation units projected in Tokpo and Atigbe

Published Jun 24, 2021

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(Togo First) - The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) will spend CFA50 million to set up two cassava production and transformation facilities in the villages of Tokpo and Atigbe. The project will empower the women of these communities and foster local development, said Aliou Dia, Resident Representative of the UNDP in Togo. Dia, who talked with the women, added that they are having great issues in valorizing the activity. Let it be recalled that some months ago, a starch factory was commissioned in the Plateaux region, and five cassava processing units were also installed in Vo. The more the better? Cassava is one of the most grown agricultural product in Togo; the country produced 1,140,200 t in 2020 (BCEAO), which is 20,000 t more than in 2019. Every year, a surplus of about 400,000 t is recorded. Paradoxical with this excessive supply of the tuber, prices of its derived ...
Source: Togofirst
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