The per capita income of Senegal grown to 1,040 U.S. dollars (World Bank: 2012), the income category of the country has moved from one of the poorest countries in the world to a low-income country. Senegal, however, still faces many challenges such as those related to urbanization resulting from rapid population increase, and public social services. JICA's support to Senegal is primarily focused on: 1) strengthening the base of economic development, 2) promoting the primary industries (Agriculture and Fisheries), and 3) improvement of the basic social service.
|January 12, 2018||JICA Senegal Office Working Hour and Holiday in 2018 (PDF/49.2KB)|
|August 12, 2017||Master's Degree and Internship Program of the African Business Education Initiative for Youth (ABE Initiative 2017)|
|September 14, 2016||Master's Degree and Internship Program of the African Business Education Initiative for Youth (ABE Initiative)|
|February 13, 2018||JICA President Kitaoka Holds Talks With Nabeel Shaath, Adviser on International Relations to the President of the Palestinian Authority|
|February 9, 2018||Signing of Grant Agreement with Senegal: Providing substations and an improved power distribution network for a more stable supply of power to new development areas in Dakar, the capital city|
|December 20, 2017||JICA President Kitaoka Holds Talks With President Sall of Senegal|