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Senegal is a country in West Africa. Senegal is bordered by Mauritania in the north, Mali to the east, Guinea to the southeast, and Guinea-Bissau to the southwest. Senegal nearly surrounds The Gambia, a country occupying a narrow sliver of land along the banks of the Gambia River, which separates Senegal's southern region of Casamance from the rest of the country. Senegal also shares a maritime border with Cape Verde. Senegal's economic and political capital is Dakar.
Senegal community action[edit | edit source]
Sustainability initiatives[edit | edit source]
Over 3000 Peace Corps W Volunteers have served in Senegal since 1963.
Climate action[edit | edit source]
- Dakar Local Climate and Energy Plan, climate-chance.org
Rural sustainability[edit | edit source]
Rural Women’s Associations and Sustainable Agriculture in Casamance, (date not found) oaklandinstitute.org
News and comment[edit | edit source]
Solar Village Project to light up Senegalese villages, Oct 17 
2010 SEED Award Winners,  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.
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