Togo is the country in west of Africa and has a central forested plateau with savannah to the South and North. The capital city of Togo is Lome and country's currency is CFA Franc. Togolese farmers rely on agriculture and the farmer's produce palm kernels, copra, cocoa, coffee and cotton mainly for export purpose. Herbs, cassava, maize, tomatoes, sugar, and millet is grown to feed their families. Fishing is an important activity done in the coastal areas. Togo's main export is phosphate, which is used for making fertilizers. The main languages spoken are Ewe, French, and Kabye. Nearly half of the population of this country is under 15 years of age and few are more than 45.