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Foreign Trade and Business in Kélo, Tandjilé, Chad (Master)

Doing Business in Kélo (Chad), Central Africa. Masters and Doctorates in Global Trade

The city of Kélo is the fifth city of the Republic of Chad (Central Africa)

  1. Kélo in Arabic: كيلو
  2. Population of Kélo: 42,000 inhabitants (the fifth Chadian city by population)
  3. Main economic activities in Kélo: Transport, agriculture (peanuts, beans, sesame, rice, millet, sorghum) and livestock farming
  4. Important cotton export
  5. Hydraulic network (Chadian Water Company)
  6. Department: Tandjilé West
  7. Kélo is the capital of the Tandjilé region (South-West of Chad)

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Transport and Logistics in Kélo (Chad)

Kélo is an important crossroads in southern Chad.

Distance from Kélo to:

  1. N'Djamena: 379 kilometres
  2. Moundou: 100 kilometres
  3. Abéché: 1,227 kilometres
  4. Sarh: 418 kilometres

Access to the port of Douala

Logistics Course: Port of Douala (Cameroon)

Road to Cameroon

Access to the African Corridors:

  1. N'Djamena-Djibouti
  2. Dakar-N'Djamena
  3. Algiers-Lagos
  4. Tripoli-Windhoek

Tandjilé region (South-West Chad)

The capital of the Tandjilé region is Laï

  1. Population of the Tandjilé region: 683,000 inhabitants
  2. Main ethnicities: Marba (20% of the population of Tandjilé), Lélé, Nangtchéré and Ngambay

Contiguous regions to the Tandjilé region:

  1. Mayo-Kebbi West
  2. Tandjilé
  3. Logone Eastern

Departments of the Tandjilé region (capital/subprefecture)

  1. Centre Tandjilé (Béré/Béré, Delbian, Tchoua)
  2. East Tandjilé (Laï/Deressia, Dono Manga, Guidari, N’Dam, Laï)
  3. West Tandjilé (Kélo/Baktchoro, Bologo, Dafra, Dogou, Kélo, Kolon)

Tandjilé West Department (Chad)

Capital of the Tandjilé West Department: Kélo

Population of the Tandjilé West Department: 424,000 inhabitants

Subprefectures of the Tandjilé West Department:

  1. Baktchoro
  2. Bologo
  3. Dafra
  4. Dogou
  5. Kélo
  6. Kolon

Higher Education in Kélo (Chad)

Neither University in Kélo

EENI Global Business School Professors in Chad

Ali Djibrine Souleymane, Chad (Professor, EENI Business School University) Ali Djibrine Souleymane

Prosper Kemayou, Chad (Professor, EENI Business School University) Prosper Kemayou

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