Lagosthinbanner2000px

Togo

Authorities

Authorities

Authority:  Ministere des Tranports, Direction des Affaires Maritimes (DAM)/Maritime Affaires

BP: 4771 Lome - Togo

Telephone:  22899474136
E-mail: k.kodjotse@gmail.com

MRCC's

MRCC's

MRCC:  MRCC Lomé
Coordinates:   
Place Lomé
E-Mail:  
Telephone:  

Main Contacts

Main Contacts Details

Name:  Kodjotse KOSSI
Organisation:  Ministere des Tranports, Direction des Affaires Maritimes (DAM)/Maritime Affaires
E-mail: k.kodjotse@gmail.com
Telephone: +22899474136

 

Name:  Afanvi LONLONYON
Organisation: 
Togo Navy
E-mail: w.afanvi@gmail.com
Telephone: +22890978552

About Togo

About Togo

Togo (/ˈtɡ/ (About this sound listen)), officially the Togolese Republic (French: République Togolaise), is a sovereign state in West Africa bordered by Ghana to the west, Benin to the east and Burkina Faso to the north. It extends south to the Gulf of Guinea, where its capital Lomé is located. Togo covers 57,000 square kilometres (22,008 square miles), making it one of the smallest countries in Africa, with a population of approximately 7.6 million.[6]

From the 11th to the 16th century, various tribes entered the region from all directions. From the 16th century to the 18th century, the coastal region was a major trading center for Europeans to search for slaves, earning Togo and the surrounding region the name "The Slave Coast". In 1884, Germany declared a region including present-day Togo as a protectorate called Togoland. After World War I, rule over Togo was transferred to France. Togo gained its independence from France in 1960.[2] In 1967, Gnassingbé Eyadéma led a successful military coup d'état after which he became president of an anti-communist, single-party state. Eventually in 1993, Eyadéma faced multiparty elections, which were marred by irregularities, and won the presidency three times. At the time of his death, Eyadéma was the longest-serving leader in modern African history, having been president for 38 years.[7] In 2005, his son Faure Gnassingbé was elected president.

Wikipedia@2018 - Read More

SAR Organisation Map

SAR Organisation Map

Print Email

  • /relatedcountrieslagos/sao-tome-and-principe

Information

The IMRF Africa, West Africa Maritime SAR Region (WAMSARR), North & West Africa Maritime SAR Region (NWAMSARR), and the Lagos RMRCC were made possible by

International Maritime Rescue Federation
50 Allardice Street
Stonehaven
AB39 2RA

Telephone: +44 (0) 1569 767 405
E-mail: info@imrf.org.uk
Website: www.international-maritime-rescue.org 

Lagos - Log In

RMRCC Lagos Guests and IMRF Members with an username and password can log in here. If you don't have log in details for the RMRCC Lagos Library, request them now. Have you forgotten your username/password? E-mail us at info@imrf.org.uk for resetting your password. Or use the "Forgot Login?" function below.
The website uses cookies so that we can provide you with the best user experience. To read more about our Privacy Policy and the cookies used, please click on 'more information'.
More information