STATUS: Nationalized Work
CHURCHES: 73 Churches
No Appointed UPCI Missionaries
TOGO – Country Information
Togo has a population of 8,608,444 as of 2020.
56,775 sq km / 21,921 sq mi (just smaller than West Virginia)
The capital city, Lomé, is located in the southwestern part of the country.
35.6% Traditional Religions
6.2% Other / Nonreligious
Ewe, Mina, Kanye, and Dagomba are also widely spoken in Togo.
Togo is a long and slender nation in west Africa and consists of lagoons, mangroves, savannas, and plateaus.
Togo is a small nation but has one of the highest standards of living in Africa despite it still being relatively poor compared to the rest of the world. This is due to a well developed export sector based on agriculture.
The average lifespan in Togo is just over 60 years.
In 1885, Togo became a protectorate of Germany. During World War 1, both the British and French took control. Togo gained independence on August 30, 1956.
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