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Clean Water
The largest threats to the Senegalese environment stem from exhaustion of the nation’s natural resources. These threats include overfishing, overgrazing, and deforestation. Pollution and improper disposal of industrial waste constitute major a threat to the environment.1 Senegal has lost hundreds of thousands of hectares of forested land due to logging, hydroelectric projects, and other industries. This is also seen as a contributor to desertification and soil erosion.2 Currently, Senegal does not have adequate climate change legislation in place to help prevent the destruction caused by intense flooding during the rainy season. In poor communities, trash is used as a mechanism to block or soak up floodwaters.3

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New York Times 
DAKAR, Senegal — Papa Massata Diack, a sports official accused of participating in one of biggest corruption schemes ever in global sports, is a familiar face at Senegal's swankiest hotels. He was greeted by half a dozen people before he reached the ... See more..
New York Times 
In July, Jake Michaels spent a week in Senegal, documenting contemporary and traditional styles. He was traveling with his girlfriend, Juliette Ballay, and Francine Awa Pipien, who helped them get to know people and places around Dakar, the capital. See more.. 
Senegal has a diverse diaspora population, with top migration destinations including France, Italy and Spain. Remittances play an important role in its economy. The World Bank estimates that in 2015 over $1.6 billion dollars was received in overseas ... See more..
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Times LIVE 
A brief four-paragraph statement on the Liverpool website overnight handed South Africa's World Cup hopes a boost as the man they fear the most in next month's last two qualifiers against Senegal is out. Senegal's star performer‚ Sadio Mane‚ one of ... See more..
Labels and Labeling 
Flexofit has conducted seminars in English-speaking African nations for two years. French is the official language for the 14.3 million people living in Senegal. Topics under discussion at the event included pre-press, platemaking and printing devices ... See more..
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists that his side can cope with the absence of Senegal star Sadio Mane. The Teranga Lions attacker, who has already missed three domestic matches through suspension, is set to be out of action for five to six weeks ... See more..
Human Rights Watch 
But, Senegal is one country working to change this. A 2012 study found 16 of 22 countries in Francophone Africa have no healthcare providers specializing in palliative care, which focuses on pain treatment and quality of life. Yet, each year about 912 ... See more..
Independent Online 
DURBAN – Bafana Bafana defenders Morgan Gould and Thamsanqa Mkhize are still expecting a tough battle against Senegal in two crucial World Cup qualifiers despite the loss of Sadio Mané for the Lions of Taranga. Bafana have to earn victory in both ... See more.. 
Former Mamelodi Sundowns striker Mame Niang believes that Senegal will be more determined to beat South Africa next month. The Senegalese player feels ... See more..
BBC Sport 
South Africa kept their World Cup qualifying hopes alive with a 3-1 home win against Burkina Faso as Senegal went top of Group D with a 2-0 victory in Cape Verde. In Johannesburg, Percy Tau gave South Africa an early lead against Burkina Faso, Themba ... See more..
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Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Guinea-Bissau and Mauritania

Total 196,722 sq km
Land 192,530 sq km
Water 4,192 sq km


tropical; hot, humid; rainy season (May to November) has strong southeast winds; dry season (December to April) dominated by hot, dry, harmattan wind
Natural Resources

fish, phosphates, iron ore ;
Natural Hazards

lowlands seasonally flooded; periodic droughts
Current Environmental Issues

wildlife populations threatened by poaching; deforestation; overgrazing; soil erosion; desertification; overfishing


13,300,410 (July 2013 est.)
Ethnic Groups


Senegal relies heavily on donor assistance and foreign direct investment. The country's key export industries are phosphate mining, fertilizer production, and commercial fishing. The country is also working on iron ore and oil exploration projects. After seeing its economy contract by 2.1% in 1993, Senegal made an important turnaround, thanks to an economic reform program backed by the donor community, which led to real growth in GDP averaging over 5% annually during 1995-2007. Annual inflation was pushed down to the single digits. The global economic downturn reduced growth to 2.2% in 2009. The IMF completed a non-dispersing, Policy Support Initiative ...See More program in 2010 and approved a new three-year policy support instrument in December 2010 to assist with economic reforms. Senegal also receives disbursements from a $540 million Millennium Challenge Account for infrastructure and agriculture development. In 2012, the economy began to rebound after a weak 2011. The economy continues to suffer from unreliable power supply, which has led to public protests and high unemployment and has prompted migrants to flee Senegal in search of better job opportunities in Europe. Show Less ;
GDP Purchasing Power Parity

$27.01 billion (2012 est.); $26.09 billion (2011 est.); $25.42 billion (2010 est.)
Gross National Saving

16.7% of GDP (2012 est.); 17.5% of GDP (2011 est.); 21.4% of GDP (2010 est.)
Agriculture Products

peanuts, millet, corn, sorghum, rice, cotton, tomatoes, green vegetables; cattle, poultry, pigs; fish

agricultural and fish processing, phosphate mining, fertilizer production, petroleum refining; iron ore, zircon, and gold mining, construction materials, ship construction and repair