This project is called Project to support education and vocational training for children trafficked in the Savannah Region Phase I. This phase covers two of the five districts of the region to test a method of struggle against the trafficking of children and young people under 15 years including their schooling and socio-economic integration of people excluded from the formal education system by training young people. The duration of this phase is scheduled on 2-3 years.
The context of the economic crisis and the slowdown of economic activities tend to increase impoverishment. The analysis of togolese education revealed the following results: - Almost 61% of the population of the Savannah region were illiterate; - Almost half of the population consists of young people from 8-15 years never had the chance to go to school or to receive an opportunity literacy can not read or write or calculate; - The dropout rate (25% in 2010) and neglect (46% in 2010)
The project aims to contribute to the education of children under 14 years of age and socio-economic integration of people excluded from the formal education system through vocational training opportunities for young people. The first phase will test methods of intervention that will be evaluated and expanded to all five prefectures in the region of savannas. Sensitization of communities and children about the dangers of trafficking and benefits of schooling. To provide vocational training to c
Sensitization of communities and children about the dangers of trafficking and benefits of schooling. To provide vocational training to children from 15 to 18 victims of trafficking