Category Archives: Senegal News
Revitalisation of the Inter- African Coffee Organisation (IACO): Preparation of the 2017-2022 and Strategy and Institutional Review.
At less than a week to global science forum, Next Einstein Forum launches global call for a new era in science and technology in Africa
700 participants from 80 countries already registered, 52% of them young people and 40% women
Un nouvel ouvrage de la FAO paru aujourd’hui se penche sur la manière dont les principales céréales de la planète – maïs, riz et blé – qui assurent ensemble quelque 42,5 pour cent des apports caloriques de l’homme et 37 pour cent de ses protéines – peuvent être cultivées en respectant, voire en tirant parti des écosystèmes naturels.
Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in West and Central Africa: stakeholders meet for increased vigilance in the poultry sector
From 15 to 17 December, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has convened a regional consultation with the stakeholders of the poultry sector from West and Central Africa on risk management for the prevention and control of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) along the poultry sector value chain. The meeting is jointly organized with the Government of Senegal as part of the Emerging Pandemic Threats program (EPT-2) funded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and aims to finalize a regional emergency program for the prevention and control of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza.
The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) completed the first review of Senegal’s economic performance under the program supported by the Policy Support Instrument (PSI) approved on June 24, 2015 (see Press Release No. 15/297). The Board’s decision was taken on a lapse of time basis.
Satellite connects offices and clients in remote locations in Africa and globally
The Training Workshop on Trade in Services Negotiations for AU-CFTA Negotiators kicked off today and has been attended by H.E. Mr. Oumar Sarr, the Minister of Trade in Senegal as well as by the partners of the African Union (AU). The General Objective is to build the capacity of services negotiators in Africa to effectively benefit from trade in services opportunities at bi-lateral, regional and multilateral levels but most importantly to prepare for the CFTA negotiations on Services that were launched in June 2015 in Johannesburg, South Africa. The Workshop will also provide a forum to share experiences of successful services exports and brain storm on a strategy for CFTA Services Negotiations