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May 21, 2013
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Having access to quality education is the right of every child. But this right is not always respected or promoted in some places.
In Togo, teachers of private schools run by churches have begun a one week strike, complaining of lack of equal treatment.
A top United Nations official and the Secretary General of International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL), Ronald Noble, have agreed to work jointly against transnational crimes in West Africa.
Togo’s population has nearly doubled in the last thirty years, with more women than men, according results of the general population census just released in the capital, Lome.
Togo is thriving in its efforts to reach the Millennium Development Goals, MDG in 2015.
Experts from across West Africa are currently meeting in Lomé, Togo to brainstorm on how to reduce the impact of natural disasters on the most vulnerable citizens of the sub-region.
As the 16 days of activism against gender based violence continues, men and women have been highlighting the need to stop abuse and violence against women and girls in Africa.
Togo is not giving up in its fight against narcotic drug trafficking, as more than 2 tons of narcotics drugs, including marijuana and cocaine, have been seized recently.
The Togolese government plans to improve upon the preservation of its environment.
Banking sector workers have continued to harbor fears of massive job cuts as it becomes evident that four state-owned banks will be privatized in the coming weeks.