Senegal

Senegal, officially the Republic of 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.

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SUN: Scaling Up Nutrition · 11 July 2022 English

Nutrition (merged with the SUN Donor Network) for early childhood development in 2020–2024. [...] Senegal received a grant from the SUN Movement Pooled Fund to mobilize and build the capacity Yes In process

2021 SUN COUNTRY PROFILE Senegal Joined Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement: June 2011 National multi-stakeholder files/africa/ environments western-africa/senegal Senegal is considered as being on track thanks to new .org/resource-library/national-nutrition-plan-senegal SO.2 Develop and align shared country priorities n.orgresource-library/advocacy-and-comms-plan-senegal Development Council (CNDN) with the support of Academia Network Early Years for Human Development in Senegal (PIPADHS) project SUN Donor Network is mobilizing


SUN: Scaling Up Nutrition · 16 October 2014 English

practices and innovative so- Finally, all the Plans showed originality; this was lutions learned in Senegal to scale up nutrition in derived from the combination of lessons learned the framework of programme characteristics of the context in countries of origin. [...] The Learning Route in Senegal The Learning Route in Senegal is the result of active collaboration between the Secretariat of the SUN Movement

Learning Route in Senegal LStreEngAtheniRng thNe caIpaNcitieGs of SRUN COounUtriesT byE sha riingn an +&%'1'%&7$1'.%/&6*')&$9$#0': z Learning Route in Senegal Strengthening the capacities of SUN Countries by directly with this Learning Route was held in Senegal from the all the Ministries. 26th of May to the activities is a guarantee strategies and mechanisms Senegal has initiated of success. Good understanding of aspects of the fight against malnu- trition in Senegal: (1) strategies to involve local • Communication


IDASA: Institute for Democratic Alternatives in South Africa English

Opportunity • Human Development • In 2007/08, Senegal scored 56.0 out of 100, and was ranked 17th out of 53 African countries. [...] • At category level, Senegal scored well above the continental average in

2009 Ibrahim Index | Senegal 1 | An Overview The Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) is a comprehensive Opportunity • Human Development • In 2007/08, Senegal scored 56.0 out of 100, and was ranked 17th out • Within the West African region, Senegal was ranked 5th. • Senegal scored above the West African regional regional average, which was 51.7 • Senegal also scored above the overall continental average, which was was 51.2. • At category level, Senegal scored well above the continental average in the categories of Safety


SUN: Scaling Up Nutrition · 30 October 2014 English

Senegal has a national policy on food for babies and Senegal is committed to emphasizing political dialogue young and has transposed the International Code by improving the involvement of the agricultural

Senegal Joined: June 2011 Stunting Reduction Trend and Target 70% 60% 50% Current AARR: 2.32% Demographic (CLM) reporting directly to the Prime policies. Senegal is currently reviewing its orientation Minister’s satisfactory attendance. 2001. Senegal has a national policy on food for babies and Senegal is committed to emphasizing networks. They are the policy document Emerging Senegal Plan (PSE) which is also close to the platform most sectors. The implementation of the Emerging Senegal Plan (PSE) has raised hopes of increasing funding


SUN: Scaling Up Nutrition · 3 October 2019 English

the SUN Movement seeks to catalyze change and deliver nutrition impact. [...] Based on the data, Senegal is progressing very well with strong Joined the SUN Movement in 2011 performance in the enabling Framework and Lists of Indicators, including definitions and data sources, is available at . [...] Senegal Enabling Environment As stakeholders from different sectors come together to build an enabling environment

COUNTRY DASHBOARD 2019 Senegal The Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability all forms of malnutrition. LATEST PROGRESS FOR SENEGAL 77% 29% 63% 75% 62% 59% 59% 70% 0% 20% 40% 60% 60% 80% 100% Median for SUN countries Senegal Data for Senegal are available for 75/85 (88%) MEAL indicators covering the timeframe 2016-2018. Based on the data, Senegal is progressing very well with strong Joined the based on data availability. http://bit.ly/sunmeal Senegal Enabling Environment As stakeholders from different


Legatum Institute · 10 January 2020 English

Senegal: Overall Prosperity 51.0 (13th) Prosperity over time Safety and Security 70 Natural Environment Personal Freedom 65 60 Education Governance 55 14th 13th 12th 13th 13th 50 16th 18th 16th 18th 17th

Senegal: Overall Prosperity 51.0 (13th) Prosperity over time Safety and Security 70 Natural Environment 2016 2017 2018 2019 nth InfrastructureAU Rank Senegal West Africa African Union Breakdown of performance Report 2019/20 | www.li.com 1/15 Overall Prosperity Senegal (13th) Overall Prosperity AU Countries Rank West Africa Prosperity Report 2019/20 | www.li.com 2/15 Senegal: Safety and Security (20th) Italics: Indicator Africa Prosperity Report 2019/20 | www.li.com 3/15 Senegal: Personal Freedom (9th) Italics: Indicator contains


ACAPS · 18 August 2016 English

(World Bank, 2012) quantities then fell within a matter of days, flooding areas in central and south Senegal. [...] Response capacity Preparedness Local and national response capacity The National Agency of rainfall. [...] In this particular The Civil Protection Directorate – CPD, is the main institution in Senegal responsible to case farmers were unable to save their crops and belongings from the heavy flooding

Briefing Note: Senegal Floods Briefing Note Senegal Floods – 18 August 2016 Key findings Senegal: Floods Anticipated Anticipated The flooding in Senegal was triggered by heavier than usual rain scope and starting around Preparedness measures throughout Expected impact X Senegal are good and contingency plans to deal with floods caused humanitarian heavy flooding in some parts of Senegal. The districts Kaffrine and Kolda have reportedly http://www.start-network.org/ ACAPS Briefing Note: Senegal Floods Crisis impact Humanitarian and operational


HWWI: Hamburgische WeltWirtschaftsInstitut English

particular to the railway line constructed during colonial times between the capitals of Mali and Senegal, vigorous trading took place between both countries, in the context of which migrants from. [...] of Senegalese migrants have returned from the Ivory Coast. [...] Moreover, the first president of Senegal, Léo- pold Sédar Senghor, was one of the great theoreticians of pan- Africanism, which proposed the agree- ment for Senegal – the Protocol on Free Movement of Persons, the Right of Residence and Establishment – was signed in 1979 by the members of the. [...] In addition to this, Senegal has signed a series

masse to find a route to Europe. The example of Senegal, however, il- lustrates that African migration phenom- enon. To begin with, migration to and from Senegal has, until recently, primarily been in connection connection with other African states. Historically, Senegal was not a country of origin, but rather the destination evidence of a turnaround since the 1990s, with Senegal becoming more and more a country of emigration emerging for Senegalese migrants. As a result, Senegal is facing a range of new challenges.2 One thing


ECOWAS: Economic Community of West African States · 14 March 2021 English

this ESCP will be monitored and reported to the Association by the Government of the Republic of Senegal as required by the ESCP and the conditions of the legal agreement, and the Association will monitor

REPUBLIQUE DU SENÉGAL Regional Access to Electricity and Battery Energy Storage Systems Project (ECOREAB) ENVIRONMENTAL and SOCIAL COMMITMENT PLAN (ESCP) - Senegal March 2021 THE WORLD BANK - ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL AND SOCIAL COMMITMENT PLAN 1. The Republic of Senegal (hereinafter the Recipient) will implement the association with The National Electricity Company of Senegal (SENELEC). The International Development Association Association by the Government of the Republic of Senegal as required by the ESCP and the conditions of the


SAIIA: South African Institute of International Affairs · 1 January 2007 English

Senegal has a well established democracy, and is one of the most, if not the most stable country in the politically insecure francophone West African region. The country is also recognised as having the published on Senegal, very little of it has been directed towards prospective international investors and companies wanting to extend their African operations into West Africa by way of Senegal. This study perceived and real business constraints by offering a clear analysis of the business environment in Senegal in the field of foreign direct investment (FDI).

Africa's Jewel The Experience of Doing Business in Senegal Series editor: Neuma Grobbelaar Report 10 200 Experience of South African Firms Doing Business in Senegal Hany Besada Series editor: Neuma Grobbelaar logistical support in setting up appointments in Senegal for the country-based survey that helped lay the South Africa and in Senegal) and international organisations and companies in Senegal for their participation is based on a series of interviews conducted in Senegal during October 2005 to elicit and analyse information


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