Senegal

ISO Code: 
SEN 

“Le Sénégal compte une population de 12,9 millions d'habitants, dont 17 pour cent sont sous-alimentés. Si l'agriculture ne représente que 13,5 pour cent du Produit intérieur brut (PIB), le pays est à majorité rural (population urbaine: 43 pour cent).”

Source: FAO Country Profiles: Senegal

 

 

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West African Agriculture and Climate Change: A Comprehensive Analysis West African Agriculture and Climate Change: A Comprehensive Analysis
Resilience of global and local value chains to the Covid-19 pandemic: Survey evidence from vegetable value chains in Senegal Resilience of global and local value chains to the Covid-19 pandemic: Survey evidence from vegetable value chains in Senegal
No. 02 - La Matrice de Comptabilite Sociale de l'Economie Senegalaise en 2011 No. 02 - La Matrice de Comptabilite Sociale de l'Economie Senegalaise en 2011
No. 0024 - Fertilizer Subsidy and Agricultural Productivity in Senegal No. 0024 - Fertilizer Subsidy and Agricultural Productivity in Senegal
No. 0022 - Artificial Insemination, Livestock Productivity and Economic Growth in Senegal No. 0022 - Artificial Insemination, Livestock Productivity and Economic Growth in Senegal
No. 0013 - How Aid Helps Achieve MDGs in Africa: The Case of Primary Education No. 0013 - How Aid Helps Achieve MDGs in Africa: The Case of Primary Education
No. 0008 - Rainfall and Economic Growth and Poverty: Evidence from Senegal and Burkina Faso No. 0008 - Rainfall and Economic Growth and Poverty: Evidence from Senegal and Burkina Faso
MATRICE DE COMPTABILITE SOCIALE DU SENEGAL POUR L’ANNEE 2005 MATRICE DE COMPTABILITE SOCIALE DU SENEGAL POUR L’ANNEE 2005
Markets and climate are driving rapid change in farming practices in Savannah West Africa Markets and climate are driving rapid change in farming practices in Savannah West Africa
Managing risk with insurance and savings: Experimental evidence for male and female farm managers in West Africa Managing risk with insurance and savings: Experimental evidence for male and female farm managers in West Africa