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Togo Country AET Profile

About Togo

Projected adult illiteracy rates for the year 2000 stand at 42.9% (males, 27.8%; females, 57.4%). As of 1999, public expenditure on education was estimated at 4.5% of GDP.

The University of Benin is at Lomé. Lomé also has colleges of administration, architecture, and urban planning. In 1996/1997, all higher-level schools had 443 teachers and a total enrollment of 13,124 students.

Togo is predominantly an agricultural country, with about four-fifths of the work force engaged in farming. Approximately 12% of the land area is arable. Most food crops are produced by subsistence farmers who operate on family farms of less than three ha (7 acres). Peanuts and sorghum are grown in the extreme north; sorghum, yams, and cotton in the region around Niamtougou; sorghum, cotton, and corn in the central region; coffee, cocoa, and cotton in the southern plateau; and manioc, corn, and copra near the coast. Agriculture accounted for about 39% of GDP in 2001.

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