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Sustainability initiatives[edit | edit source]

Over 3000 Peace Corps W Volunteers have served in Senegal since 1963.

Initiatives by topic[edit | edit source]

Rural sustainability[edit | edit source]

Rural Women’s Associations and Sustainable Agriculture in Casamance, (date not found)

News and comment[edit | edit source]


Solar Village Project to light up Senegalese villages, Oct 17 [1]


2010 SEED Award Winners, [2] November 3

"Micro Power Economy for Rural Electrification". The goal of this enterprise involving local partners from the private and microfinance sector is to set up a profitable rural power provider based on off-grid power system operation and the utilisation of renewable energy sources, such as wind-solar-diesel hybrid power systems.

FLOWER OF H.O.P.E This pioneering franchising initiative set up by a community-based organisation, international NGOs and research and finance institutions aims to improve agricultural development by training resource-poor community groups to become successful agricultural entrepreneurs, thereby generating more income for local communities.

Kayor Rural Energy, Rural Electrification by Photovoltaic Solar Energy". An outstanding pilot enterprise launched by a community-based organisation that aims to provide solar energy solutions for rural communities. The partnership with microfinance institutions permits KAYER clients to finance their equipment with microcredit adapted to their means.

Interwiki links[edit | edit source]

Wikipedia: Senegal



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