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SNDES Strategie Nationale de Developpement Economique et Social 2013-2017 / SNDES National Strategy In Economic and Social Development 2013 - 2017

"The revised DPES became National Strategy for Social and Economic Development, 2013-2017, and was developed through a participatory process at both central and decentralized level. This document looks like this: Section I provides a profile of gr...

Programme d'Ajustement Sectoriel Agricole PASA Lettre de Politique de Developpement Agricole LPDA / Agricultural Sector Adjustment Programme PASA Policy Briefing for Agricultural Development LPDA

"The main objectives of the agricultural sector consistent with the macroeconomic framework are: A sustained agricultural growth of 4% per year; Improving food security; Increased rural income and employment generation. Achieving these objectives ...

Plan D'Action Foncier du Senegal / Senegal Land Action Plan

"This report is the final phase of the work of drafting the Land Action Plan. Senegal's economy has experienced since independence several evolutionary phases marked by significant and sensitive and uneven variations of structural change perform...

Quand les Redécoupages Administratifs Menacent la Gestion Durable des Ressources Naturelles Le Delta de la Somone au Sénégal / When Administrative Redistricting is Threatening the Sustainable Management of Natural Resources: The Somone Delta, Senegal

"Prior to 2008, four villages, including Somone, formed part of the rural community of Sindia. These villages were all involved in the running of the community managed nature reserve of La Somone (RNICS) and shared in the revenue generated thereby...

Les Relations de Genre à Propos du Sel au Gandiole Une Histoire d’exploitantes exploitées / The Gender Relations about Salt at the Gandiole a History of Exploited Women Operators

"In the delta of the Senegal river, the rural community of Ndiebene is characterised by marshes which are used for the mining of salt – a resource of great economic, social and cultural importance. While salt mining in the area has essentially bec...

Les Comités Villageois dans la Communauté Rurale de Dionewar Entre contrôle des ressources naturelles, capture du pouvoir public local et de la rente développementaliste / The Village Committees in Rural Community of Dionewar Between control of Natural

"In the Rural Community of Dionewar, natural resources (forestry and halieutic) were used for subsistence issues but their globalization led to i) more attraction for state-based services and development projects, and to ii) an increase of market ...

Guinea-Bissau after Vieira: Challenges and Opportunities

"On 7 June 1998, an army mutiny led by former Chief of Staff, General Ansumane Mane, plunged the Republic of Guinea-Bissau into devasting civil war. The coup aimed to oust President Joao Bernardo Vieira, who had come to power in a military coup ag...

Le Sénégal de Wade Face a la Guinée-Bissau: Pays-frère, Tuteur ou Hégémon?

"Against the background of the low-intensity conflict that affects its Casamance region, Senegal should pay particular attention to its relations with its southern neighbour, Guinea-Bissau. Since 2000 Senegal has used its democratic legitimacy, d...

La Politique Etrangere du Senegal Depuis 2000

"After President Abdoulaye Wade became president of Senegal in 2000 some apparent changes in Senegalese foreign policy could be discerned. This paper considers the extent to which that policy changed under his administration. It examines signifi...

Franco-Senegalese Relations 2000 -2012

"France’s oldest relationship in sub-Saharan Africa is with Senegal. The French presence in Senegal dates from the 17th century. In the 19th century the Four Communes of Senegal, along with France’s other former colonies, gained the right to send ...

West African Agriculture and Climate Change: a Comprehensive Analysis - Senegal

"The agricultural sector employs 77 percent of Senegal’s workforce. Rice is the country’s staple crop, but millet is the most widely grown crop, largely because of low rainfall in most of the country. The severe drought in the late 1960's and earl...

Direct Access to the Adaptation Fund: Lessons from accrediting NIEs in Jamaica and Senegal

"This policy brief explores the experiences of two of the earliest accredited NIEs: the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ) and Senegal’s Centre de Suivi Écologique (CSE). Their experiences during the AF accreditation process uncover key chall...

Climate and Development Outlook: Stories of Change from CDKN Issue No 2

In this document, knowledge is shared on climate compatible development. The key issues were discussed under the following headings: Pakistan's Post Flood reconstruction describes CDKN's involvement with the project. CDKN launches IPCC report on c...

From Isolation to Integration? A Study of Chinese Retailers in Dakar

"Starting from the late 1990s, more and more Chinese have migrated to Senegal, concentrating and opening small shops along the Boulevard Général de Gaulle, one of the major roads in Dakar. Le Centenaire, the wider area around this major road, is ...

Senghor speaks on Africa

"This is the edited text of an interview in French, given by former President Leopold Sedar Senghor on 13 February, 1982, to Christine von Gamier,correspondent for Agence France-Presse, the Journal de Geneve and the Neue Zürcher Zeitung." This re...

"Namibia and human rights" A report on the Dakar Conference and its implications for the South West Africa Issue

This paper explains the issue that was discussed at the Conference in Dakar on Namibia and human rights. However the main focus of the conference was the South African administering or occupation of South West Africa and the issues around the with...

SAIIA International Affairs Bulletin, vol. 10, no. 2, 1986

This International Affairs Bulletin contains several articles by various authors. Tom Lodge’s article describes the main decisions of the ANC Conference at Kabwe and relates them to subsequent ANC activity during the rest of the year. Three types ...

Francophone Africa's jewel: The experience of doing business in Senegal

"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 best macroeconomic profile of the WAEMU mem...

Outcome Mapping: Building Learning and Reflection into Development Programs

More and more, development organizations are under pressure to demonstrate that their programs result in significant and lasting changes in the well-being of their intended beneficiaries. However, such "impacts" are often the product of a conflu...

Africa's Tsunami: Turning the Tide on Aids

"According to UNAIDS' most recent epidemic update, sub-Saharan Africa has just over 10% of the world's population, but more than 60% of all people living with HIV/Aids. The three case studies in this book look at the history of national Aids cont...

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