05-Oct-2022 to 11:04

Senegal shipwreck still rankles 20 years later

APA - Dakar (Senegal) — On September 26, 2002, the ship Le Joola sank off the coast of The Gambia, taking with it 1,863 people officially and more than 2,000 according to the associations set up by the victims’ families.

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29-Sep-2022 to 15:51

Senegal’s “Small Business Act” project wins W/Bank praise

APA-Dakar (Senegal) — Within the framework of reforms prior to World Bank financing in the form of budgetary support to Senegal, a preparatory workshop was recently held with the various stakeholders to exchange on the content and technical feasibility before their submission to the authorities.

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29-Sep-2022 to 15:28

Senegal: Diofior rice growers smiling again

APA - Diofior (Senegal) — Desalinating the land in Senegal's Baboulaye Valley has brought smiles to farmers again, enabling them to become self-sufficient in rice.

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28-Sep-2022 to 18:44

Senegal officially launches Lionstech Invest Community

APA - Dakar (Senegal) — Lionstech aims to select innovative Senegalese companies with high potential to support their acceleration and connect them more easily to investors and strategic partners.

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27-Sep-2022 to 19:22

Saudi Development Fund finances Dakar–Saint Louis highway

APA-Dakar (Senegal) — The Saudi Development Fund will provide 63 million dollars to finance the first phase of “La Côtière.”

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26-Sep-2022 to 18:49

Senegal launches new initiative for SMEs’ access to credit

APA-Dakar (Senegal) — The Business Upgrading Bureau (BMN) and the Bank for Trade and Industry of Senegal (BCI) have recently signed a partnership to support start-ups.

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26-Sep-2022 to 13:11

Le Joola: Africa's worst maritime tragedy 20 years on

APA-Dakar (Senegal) — The MV Le Joola was caught up in Africa's worst maritime tragedy off the coasts of Senegal and neighbouring Gambia which claimed more than 1, 800 lives according to conservative estimates.

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