The African Organization for the Development of Centers for Persons with Disabilities (OADCPH) signed yesterday in Lomé with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a headquarters agreement.

According to Mass NIANG, executive director of OADCPH, this agreement aims to promote access to rehabilitation care for a large number of disabled people and their families, improve the quality of care given to disabled people and promote the development and sustainability of rehabilitation services in Africa.

Through this headquarters agreement, the Togolese government grants OADCPH administrative facilities and tax and customs exemptions necessary for the execution of its programs and projects on the territory.

As a reminder, the OADCPH is a non-governmental organization founded in 2011 and which includes more than 80 structures in more than 30 countries in Francophone, Anglophone and Lusophone Africa.


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