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Ghana Tackles Floods, Waste and Pollution With Accra Resilience Plan

Ghana “became the second in the region after Senegal to launch a plan to help its capital city, Accra, grow…

Takeaways From Elections in Nigeria and Senegal

“What does Senegal have in common with Nigeria regarding elections? Very few, if any at all. The former is regarded…

Senegal Re-Elects Incumbent President

” Senegal’s incumbent president, Macky Sall, has been re-elected for another term. “ https://allafrica.com/stories/201902280708.html You may also be interested in:…

Senegal Votes in Presidential Election

“Senegalese voters will choose from just five candidates in its presidential election after two were barred from the vote. Current…

SENEGAL: ELECTION MUST BE HELD IN A CLIMATE FREE FROM VIOLENCE AND INTIMIDATION

” Authorities in Senegal should take all appropriate measures to ensure that the Presidential election is held in a climate…

Suspicions Cloud Senegal’s Upcoming Election

” Senegal will choose its president on 24 February in an atmosphere clouded by suspicions that the incumbent, Macky Sall,…

Fear in Senegal As Presidential Election Stirs Up Homophobia

“Senegal’s gay community is on edge as the country heads into presidential elections this weekend, with a tradition of candidates…

If Senegal’s Presidential Candidates Care, They’ll Protect Talibés

“Candidates for Senegal’s upcoming presidential election should keep in mind that talibé children are suffering and dying – both in…

Call for innovative projects: Culture at Work Africa

Culture at Work Africa has announced a call for “innovative on-the-ground projects aiming at developing safe and neutral spaces for…

Senegal: protecting underwater heritage

On 22nd-24th January 2019, Senegalese island of Gorée hosted the 5th Regional Meeting for Africa on the Protection of Underwater…

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