Togo is located in West Africa. It is one of the countries with the lowest level of development and stretches all the way down to the Gulf of Guinea, where the capital city of Lomé serves as its location. Togo is a country located in the sub-Saharan region of Africa, and its economy is primarily based on agriculture. The United Nations, the African Union, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the South Atlantic Peace and Cooperation Zone, the Francophonie, the Commonwealth, and the Economic Community of West African States are among the organizations that it is a member of.

Between the 11th and 16th centuries, a number of different groups of people were responsible for settling the boundaries of what is now Togo. Togo and the surrounding region came to be known as “The Slave Coast” due to the fact that the coastline region was largely used as a European slave trafficking base between the 16th and 18th centuries. It was in the year 1884 that Germany established a region known as Togoland, which included a protectorate. Immediately following the conclusion of World War I, France assumed control of Togo.

In 1960, Togo broke away from France and became an independent nation. After leading a successful military coup d’état in 1967, Gnassingbé Eyadéma went on to become the president of a single-party state that was known for its anti-communist orientation. Despite the tainted multiparty elections that Eyadéma faced in 1993, he was still able to win the presidency three times by that point. After serving as president for 38 years, Eyadéma was the “longest-serving leader in modern African history” at the time of his passing. He had held this position for the entirety of his presidency. In 2005, his son, Faure Gnassingbé, was elected for the position of president.


President: Faure Gnassingbé
Language: French.
Currency: West African CFA franc (XOF)


Population:  8 million.
Land area:  22,000 sqmi.
Unemployment rate:  4.07%
Population below poverty line: 45.5%


Christian: 47.8%
Traditional Faiths: 
Others: 0.8% 



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These leaders with experience join us to receive supervision for their ministry or initiative from a Ministry Coordinator. They can raise support through us, and their financial accounts are accessed ten (10) percent administrative fee.

These leaders are just starting a new ministry or initiative and commit to having a mentor to oversee them. They can raise support through us, and their financial accounts are accessed five (5) percent administrative fee.

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We believe that a visible church is a company of believers in Jesus Christ, buried with Him in baptism and associated for worship, work and fellowship.

We believe that to these visible churches were committed for observance “until He comes,” the ordinances of baptism and the Lord’s Supper; and that God has laid upon these churches the task of persuading a lost world to accept Jesus Christ as Savior and to enthrone Him as Lord and Master. We believe that righteous living, good works and proper social concern are essential products of the gospel.

We believe, therefore, that those who accept Christ as their Lord and Savior will rejoice forever in God’s presence and those who refuse to accept Christ as Lord and Savior will be forever separated from God.
We believe in His bodily resurrection, His ascension into heaven, His high priestly intercession for His people and His personal, visible return to the world according to His promise.