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29-Jan-2018 17:05

Hundreds of thousands of children in Togo are deprived of their rights.

Owing to high levels of poverty and HIV/AIDS, many grow up without any family support at all.

According to the United Nations, 32 per cent of children aged five to fourteen are engaged in labour activities, a vast part of them in the agricultural sector.

Most children from rural areas work on family farms while those who live in the urban centres engage in small-scale trading or domestic service.

Children whose families cannot take care of them can find a loving home in one of the SOS families.Working children usually do not attend school as their families can simply not afford it.Togo has traditionally been a country of origin, destination and transit for children who are trafficked for forced labour.Cases where children from Burkina Faso are brought to Togo for work have been reported.Nonetheless, the government of Togo has been cooperating with a number of international NGOs to implement awareness campaigns related to the exploitation of young children.

Children whose families cannot take care of them can find a loving home in one of the SOS families.

Working children usually do not attend school as their families can simply not afford it.

Togo has traditionally been a country of origin, destination and transit for children who are trafficked for forced labour.

Cases where children from Burkina Faso are brought to Togo for work have been reported.

Nonetheless, the government of Togo has been cooperating with a number of international NGOs to implement awareness campaigns related to the exploitation of young children.

They generally include educational assistance and community support for families in need, in particular families affected by the HIV/AIDS pandemic.