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According to topschoolsintheusa.com, Togo is a small country situated in West Africa, bordered by Ghana to the west, Benin to the east and Burkina Faso to the north. It has an area of 56,785 square kilometers and is home to a population of 7.8 million people. Togo’s terrain is mainly composed of low-lying savanna plains with its highest point being Mount Agou at 986 meters above sea level. The climate in Togo varies depending on region but is generally tropical with hot and humid conditions throughout the year. Togo’s education system consists of six levels: pre-primary education (ages 3-6), primary education (ages 6-12), lower secondary education (ages 12-15), upper secondary education (ages 15-18), vocational training (ages 18+), and tertiary education (ages 19+). All levels are provided free of charge by public schools; however private schools are also available at all levels but require tuition fees. Higher education in Togo is offered at universities such as University of Lomé; University of Kara; University of Dapaong; University of Kpalimé among others. These universities offer undergraduate degrees in various fields such as business administration, engineering, law, medicine and science as well as postgraduate courses covering disciplines such as humanities, social sciences natural sciences engineering sciences and applied sciences. See topmbadirectory for Togo Politics and Known People.

Togo Modern History

Togo is a country located in Western Africa. With the capital city of Lome, Togo has a population of 8,278,735 based on a recent census from COUNTRYAAH. Togo’s modern history has been characterized by Etienne (Gnassingbé) Eyadéma. With the support of the military, he ruled the country dictatorially from 1967 (in practice 1963) until his… Read More »

Togo Healthcare and Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required yellow fever 1 Eat Drink 4 – malaria 3 – Typhoid & Polio Yes – cholera 2 Overview Medical care in the country cannot be compared to Europe and is often highly problematic in terms of technology, equipment and/or hygiene. The number of adequately trained specialists is limited.… Read More »