THANKS OF OUR ASSOCIATION NATIVE SOIL AND ENVIRONMENT
After the adventures of the summer 2010, we hold has to thank all those which of near or by far, some level that they are located, allowed the realization of our development projects: associations, schools, students (be), voluntary buildings and Europeans, the village committee of development of our mediums of reception and all the good wills which trusted us and which continue to support us through our various development projects human durable in Togo.
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TOGO IN SHORT
Presentation of Togo
Opened on the Gulf of Guinea, Togo is a long strip of land similar to the Benign one, which borders it in the east. South in north, the country comprises a narrow sandy coastal strip subjected to a strong erosion, lagoons (of which the lake Togo), more raised sedimentary grounds, then a long crystalline plate the Agou mount culminates with 990m of altitude. There exist great economic disparities between the south, very populated rich person and, and north.
SURFACE: 56.790 km2
JET LAG: (-) 1 hour
SPOKEN LANGUAGES: French and national languages.
ETHNIC COMPOSITION: Africans (37 tribes of which most important are Ewes, them Minas and Kabyé).
RELIGIONS: Moslems (12%); traditional beliefs (59%); Christians (29%).
The national festival takes place on April 24 of each year (day of independence in 1960).
SOME FIGURES Meeting of entainement of the children for the sketche
Population: 4.527.000 hab.
Absolute density: 80 hab /km2
Increase: 3,10 %
0-14 years: 44,30 %
15-64 years: 52,6 %
65 years and more: 3,1%
index of fruitfulness: 5,02
life expectancy: 49,30 years
urban population: 33,30%
- Human development: 0,471
Many doctors (% per capita: 0,08)
- Illiteracies masculine (%): 26,4
- Female Illiteracy (%): 60,4
Schooling 12-17 years (%): 59,7
Schooling 3rd degree (%): 3,6
Hosts Internet (°/°°° hab.): 0,26
Pauline with the illiterate women of the center of ATNE