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November 19, 2015
Solicitation No:                        SOL-685-16-000007

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November 16, 2015
1. Solicitation Number: SOL-685-16-000005
2. Issuance date: November 13, 2015
3. Closing date/time at USAID/Senegal: December 4, 2015 at 17:00 pm (Senegal Time)
Mission Director Fine giving remarks at the signing ceremony
September 16, 2015

On September 15, the United States through the U.S. Agency for Development (USAID) and the Government of Senegal signed extensions of their current assistance agreements on various areas of intervention supported by USAID, estimated at $466 million (233 billion francs CFA), through the year 2020.

Mission Director Ms Fine with Khady Sarr, a food processor
September 16, 2015

Dakar, September 10, 2015 - A public/private partnership between the University Cheikh Anta Diop of Dakar and the Agri-Food Platform of Senegal’s Professional Organizations (POPAS) that helped train almost 60 people demonstrates the role and the centrality of research and training in the development of the private sector and economic growth, the Director of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Ms Susan Fine, said.

L-R : Kaolack region’s deputy governor Abdou Wahab Talla, Ambassador James Zumwalt and KASEC director El Hadj Ibrahima Niasse
September 2, 2015

“Seed quality is the backbone of agricultural productivity,” U.S. Ambassador to Senegal James P. Zumwalt said on September 2 as he joined local authorities and representatives of the agricultural sector to inaugurate a new Seed Treatment Center in Kaolack, Senegal’s breadbasket for cultivation of cereals like millet, maize and sorghum.


Last updated: November 19, 2015

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