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Prostitution in Togo is legal  and commonplace. Sex trafficking ,  child prostitution  and HIV  are problems in the country. However, the country has recently introduced some government codes, and has also started enforcing existing codes, such as a child code protecting the rights of children throughout the country, in order to help combat some of these problems.
In , it was estimated there were 10, sex workers in the country. Many sex workers in the city have regular taxi drivers who run them around and wait while the woman is with a client. Hotel managers may also offer special rates if the sex worker brings clients there regularly. A number of university students are turning to prostitution for financial reasons.
During the late 19th and early 20th centuries the country formed part of the protectorate of Togoland in the German Empire. Initially it housed 40 prostitutes. Following the defeat of Germany in World War I and subsequent French control of the country, prostitution continued to flourish; the large number of single, or married men away from home, colonists and troops created the demand for prostitution. Experts convened by the United Nations found that typically "all the responsibility" of the problems that are faced in the sex industry are usually placed on women.
In response to the issues noted by this committee, the government of Togo has declared that July 31 is Women's Day throughout the country. HIV  and syphilis  are problems in the country. Sex workers and their clients are high risk groups, especially as condom use is inconsistent,  although there are 11 different prevention programmes distributing condoms throughout the country.
HIV prevalence has dropped amongst sex workers: A study in found 2. In the s concerns were raised internationally about child prostitution in Togo. Another issue in Togo is that the laws do not protect well against child trafficking, and these children are usually sold in to the sex industry. Togo does not enforce the law that prevents selling children into sex slavery, and there is also no statutory rape law in Togo. Since the Togolese government has done a better job of raising awareness for people in Togo about the issues of child sexual exploitation and child prostitution, they released a code in which protected the rights of children in certain areas of life, and this code led to the eventual release of hundreds of child sex workers throughout the country of Togo, after they improved their efforts to enforce this code.