To mark the end of its Cultural Management training programme, Arterial Network Togo presented certificates of participation to its various beneficiaries on Saturday the 1st of April 2017 at the headquarters of the Heinrich Klose Association in Lomé.
In 2016, with the support of Arterial Network and its partners, Arterial Network Togo organised workshops in Lomé covering the Management of Cultural Projects (25, 26 and 27 July 2016 at the Institut Français de Lomé) and Fundraising (1st and 2nd August 2016 at the Goethe Institute), followed by practical work sessions and follow-up of applications to the Cultural Support Fund (FAC).
The efforts of Arterial Network Togo are in support of the progress made by the Togolese government towards promoting culture as a lever of development for the country and for national cohesion. For the authorities of Togo, the cultural sector is a major axis of any development policy. Moreover, in the preamble of the Cultural Policy of Togo, it is clearly stated that "any development necessarily takes its foundations in culture, because the socio-economic and cultural dynamics of a country is highly dependent on creativity, cultural diversity and the educational dynamics of its inhabitants."
The certification ceremony was followed by an exchange between members of the network around the recent decisions taken during the General Assembly of Arterial Network held in Abidjan and the activities of the network for 2017.
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