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Togolese Republic (Business Togo) Port of Lomé, Kpalimé, Atakpamé, Bassar, Sokodé, Kara

Togo is a West African country

  1. The political capital of Togo is Lomé
  2. The largest Togolese cities by population are (thousands of people):
    1. Lomé (796)
    2. Sokodé (118)
    3. Kara (109)
    4. Kpalimé (101)
    5. Other cities: Atakpamé, Bassar, Tsévié, Aného, Mango and Dapaong
  3. Togo share borders with Benin, Burkina Faso and Ghana
  4. Currency of Togo: CFA Franc
  5. Togo = Togodo (“beyond the river”) in Ewé language

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  1. Official language of Togo: French
  2. Ewé and Kabiyé are national languages
  3. Total Togolese area: 56,785 km²
  4. Total Togolese population: 7.6 million inhabitants
    1. Average density: 133 inhabitants per square kilometre
    2. Togolese life expectancy: 64.5 years
  5. Calling code of Togo: 228
  6. Togolese Country code top-level domain: .tg
  7. Climate of Togo: tropical

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Religion in Togo:

  1. African Traditional Religions (50% of the Togolese population)
  2. Christianity (Catholicism: 26%)
  3. Islam (15%)

Regions of the Togolese Republic

The Togolese Republic is composed of five administrative regions. The Togolese regions (County capital) are:

  1. Maritime region (Lomé)
  2. Highlands region (plateaux) (Atakpamé)
  3. Central region (Sokodé)
  4. Kara region (Kara)
  5. Savanna region (Savanes) (Dapaong)

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Trade Organisations (Togo)

  1. Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)
  2. West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU/ UEMOA)
  3. U.S.-WAEMU Agreement
  4. Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD)
  5. OHADA

Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone...

West African Economic and Monetary Union WAEMU/ UEMOA

  1. African Union
  3. Economic Commission for Africa
  4. African Development Bank

Transport and Logistics in Togo:

Port of Lomé:

Port of Lome, Togo. Access to Burkina Faso, Niger, and Mali

Togo Free Zone

Road: Mali, Bobo-Dioulasso (Burkina Faso), Lomé

Access to the Benin-Niger-Burkina Faso-Ivory Coast Railway loop (by Cotonou)

Access to the Dakar-Lagos Corridor

Dakar-Lagos Corridor: Mauritania, Senegal, the Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Togo, Benin, and Nigeria

Togolese Ethnicities:

More than 50 ethnicities live in Togo. The most important is the Kwa group.

  1. Kwa group
    1. Gen (South of Togo)
    2. Ewe people (South of Togo, 22% of the Togolese population)
    3. Outachi (10% of the Togolese population)
  2. Gur group. Kabiyè (North and Centre of Togo, 13% of the Togolese population)
  3. Other Togolese ethnicities:
    1. Centre of Togo: Tem and Tchamba
    2. North of Togo: Moba-Gurma and Batammariba

Ewe Fetish (African Art Exhibition: “The Animal, A Sacred Symbol”)
Ewe Fetish (Ghana, Togo)

History of Togo

  1. XVI - XIX Centuries: Slave Trade
  2. 1884 - 1918: German protectorate (King Mlapa III)
  3. 1919: French occupation (French Togo)
  4. 1946: UN trusteeship
  5. Independence (France): April 1960.
  6. First President: Sylvanus Olympio

Higher Education in Togo

LMD System (Bachelor of Science, Master, Doctorate) Togolese Ministry of Higher Education and Research

  1. University of Lomé
  2. University of Kara
  3. National School of Administration (Lomé and Kara)
  4. African School of Crafts, Architecture and Urbanism (Lomé)
  5. University of Sciences and Technologies of Togo (Lomé)
  6. Free Bilingual University of Togo (Lomé)

Togo is a member of the African and Malagasy Council for Higher Education (CAMES)

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