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Government involvement for the dam bridge

Location: Dakar, Senegal
Data: 2018
Users: 7 ministries of the Republic, Primature, National Development Directorates and Presidency

Seven ministries of Senegal Republic have been scientifically sensitized on the issues of salt intrusion of the Casamance river and involved in commissioning and the implementation of the dam bridge project through meetings with the respective technical directorates and ministers.

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Competitive programme for hydraulic infrastructure and salt intrusion phenomenon

Location: Sedhiou, Senegal
Data: 2016/17/18
Beneficiaries: 10 regional offices, 500 professionals

Organs and technical bureaux from Sedhiou region received specific training on proper planning and maintenance of hydraulic infrastructure in Casamance and best monitoring and solving process against saline intrusion phenomenon.

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Involving local communities within development

Location: Tanaff, Baghere, Simbandi Brassou, Dioudoubou (Senegal)
Data: 2017/18
Beneficiaries: 80 villages, 8.000 local people

Development of beneficiaries seem to be at crucial point, and for that we aim to enhance and focus on them in order to have an active participation on improving their skills on matters such as technical knowledge and maintenance and to create self-sufficiency and freedom of management. .

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To Know effects of climate changes

Location: Tanaff, Niagha, Baghere, Simbandi Brassou, Dioudoubou (Senegal)
Data: 2016/17/18
Beneficiaries: 20 villages, 5.000 local people

Climate change is the main responsible for community’s needy condition, directly or not, reflecting on food, economics and health system. We held various seminars and meetings, in more than 80 villages, focused on direct and collateral effects, consequences and causes of climate changes, learning how to adapt to and reduce them.

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Risks and Problems of Clandestine Immigration

Location: Tanaff, Baghere, Simbandi Brassou(Senegal)
Data: 2017
Beneficiaries: 6 villages, 500 local people



Exodus and village migration deeply wounds village development and preservation of its territory. Besides, mostly young people, not aware of difficulties, try illegal migration to foreign countries. This matter has been discussed during meeting organized in more than 10 villages, in order to reduce its impact among youngers and avoid the loss of people unaware of real difficulties, but also sharing actual aspects of the phenomenon and refugees’ rights.