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Thousands of visitors gathered recently in the village of Aneho, located 50km from Togo's capital city of Lome, to attend the annual Togo Black Divinities festival. It showcases the rich and diverse culture of Africa. Newton Ndebu reports
Sekou in Burkina Faso got his success from above. He's only thirteen, but he's already praised by everyone in his village for his healing powers. He cures men and makes infertile woman pregnant. vpro Metropolis was a video project by Dutch broadcast organisation vpro, that ran from 2008 to 2015. Metropolis is made by a global collective of young filmmakers and TV producers, reporting on remarkable stories from their own country/city. We made a trip around the globe on one single issue: from local beauty ideals to Elvis impersonators, to what's it like being gay, or an outcast or a dog in different cultures. More videos and full episodes: www.metropolisweb.tv Visit additional youtube channels bij vpro broadcast: vpro Broadcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC75PWWQrls0z6fh0loY5I4Q vpr...
One of the world's largest building materials manufacturers has unveiled a new cement plant in Togo as multinationals increase their exposure to Africa's booming building and infrastructure sector. Here is Noel Mwakugu with the story
Cultura Inquieta presents: Richard Sidey - Speechless # 4: Lomé Togo Richard Sidey is a professional freelance photographer, filmmaker and digital media designer based in the stunning mountain town of Wanaka, New Zealand. A keen outdoor adventure, Richard enjoys mixing nature with media and undertaking expeditions to remote corners of the globe to share their beauty. Visit Richard's commercial media website. Richard spends part of the year at sea working onboard Tourist Vessels as an Expedition Photographer, travelling to the spectacular polar regions of the planet and other remote locations. His travel blog features his latest trips, including voyages to the Arctic, Greenland, Iceland, Chilean Fjords, The Falkland Islands, South Georgia, Antarctica and West Africa. http://www.culturai...
Cotton, alongside phosphates, may be one of Togo's key export earners playing a strategic role in the country's economy, but this position is rapidly being eroded by falling production and poor income owing to what farmers describe as neglect by the government. The National Society of Togo has however stepped in and introduced irrigation in initial measures to save the crop.
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Ergo Togo, c'est tout d'abord 4 ergothérapeutes qui, au retour d'une expérience de volontariat au Togo, ont décidé de monter une association... En novembre 2016, nous étions 8 ergothérapeutes à Lomé, volontaires au sein de l'APAPE (association des parents et amis des personnes encéphalopathes), au CNAO (centre national d'appareillage orthopédique) et l'ENAME (école nationale des auxiliaires paramédicaux). Nous sommes toujours activement à la recherche de volontaires pour reprendre le flambeau. Pour plus d'infos : Site internet : http://ergotogo.wixsite.com/monsite/apape Page facebook : https://www.facebook.com/ergotogo/?fref=ts
Photo and video documentary by Derrick Feole for the Franz Weber Foundation (Fondation Franz Weber) for the Fazao Malfakassa National Park (Parc National Fazao-Malfakassa) in Togo Africa. Official Park web site http://fazao-malfakassa.org Thanks also to Peter Orfankos for his assistance and amazing photographic work which can also be seen at the National Park web site. Also thanks to Christian Krebs for his assistance and Drone footage.
Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe In Nigeria, a growing number of men and women are using skin whitening creams because they believe a fairer complexion will help them succeed in life. According to the World Health Organisation, more than 70 percent of Nigerian women admit they use such products -- despite the health hazards. That compares with 59 percent in Togo, and 27 in Senegal. Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from Lagos. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe...