Emmanuel Macron promises Togo €3 million support for coronavirus response plan

France will aid Togo’s Covid-19 response with €3 million, President Emmanuel Macron pledged to his Togolese counterpart, Faure Gnassingbé, on the sidelines of the 60th independence day anniversary of Togo.

The funds are to be relative to the pandemic’s impacts on health, people, economies, and even debt, and will help Togo acquire much needed lab equipment and to better monitor and take care of the Covid-19 patients, Togo First reports.

According to Macron, “the French Development Agency (AFD) and other operators will remain focused on other priorities falling under the Togo-France partnership, concerning basic social services especially.”

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