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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.

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JICA Senegal Office
3e Etage, Atryum Center, Route de Ouakam, Dakar, B.P.3323

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What's New

April 11, 2022 JICA Senegal Office Holidays 2022
March 23, 2021 Message from the Chief Representative
January 21, 2021 JICA Senegal Office Holidays 2021
December 1, 2020 JICA Senegal Office Holidays 2021
October 13, 2020 Master's Degree and Internship Program of the African Business Education Initiative for Youth (ABE Initiative 2021)

News & Features

March 16, 2022 Signing of Grant Agreement with Mauritania: Contributing to the human resource development in the fisheries sector through improving the facilities of the qualification and training center for fishing professions
October 1, 2021 JICA’s first-ever remote treatment support for COVID-19 in developing countries
September 21, 2021 Taking on “Last One Mile Support”: Swiftly delivering COVID-19 vaccinations to people in developing countries
August 24, 2021 Signing of Grant Agreement with the Republic of Senegal: Contributing to establishment of the effective and safe vaccination system against COVID-19 through providing cold chain and medical equipment
June 1, 2021 The evolving “School for All” project: Expanding to 53,000 schools in eight African countries, promoting children’s learning, school lunches, and hand washing awareness

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