#Senegal

  • Article: Dozens of Senegalese Girls Have Been Sexually Exploited at School, Report Says
    Girls & Women

    Dozens of Senegalese Girls Have Been Sexually Exploited at School, Report Says

    By Daniele Selby|Oct. 19, 2018

    Girls were coerced into having sex with teachers for better grades, food, and money. Read more

  • Article: These Engineers Are Turning Poop Into Drinkable Water
    AdvocacyWater & Sanitation

    These Engineers Are Turning Poop Into Drinkable Water

    By Sydni Brecher|June 5, 2018

    Watch Bill Gates and Jimmy Fallon drink waste water with a purpose. Read more

  • Article: These 8 African Cities Pledged to Eliminate Emissions by 2050
    Environment

    These 8 African Cities Pledged to Eliminate Emissions by 2050

    May 17, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    From Accra to Dar es Salaam, these cities pledged to clean up the environment. Read more

  • Article: The Sea Is Swallowing Up Homes in This Senegal City
    Environment

    The Sea Is Swallowing Up Homes in This Senegal City

    April 3, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    A scheme backed by the World Bank aims to resettle 10,000 residents from the coast of Saint-Louis. Read more

  • Article: Global Citizens and Rihanna Just Helped Secure $2.3B for Education
    AdvocacyEducation

    Global Citizens and Rihanna Just Helped Secure $2.3B for Education

    By Phineas Rueckert  and  Katie Dallas|Feb. 2, 2018

    Yet our work is far from done. Read more

  • Article: Ending Harmful Practices and Equipping the Next Generation
    Girls & Women

    Ending Harmful Practices and Equipping the Next Generation

    July 14, 2016|Johnson & Johnson

    Creating change for a better future. Read more

  • Article: teach STEM skills in Africa
    Education

    A mission to teach ALL children STEM skills

    By Krista Watson|June 2, 2016

    Why STEM education is vital for African development. Read more

  • Article: Rapper FGM Senegal
    Girls & Women

    Meet the Senegalese rapper fighting to end FGM for good

    By Dean Bowen|June 1, 2016

    Senegalese rappers, DJs and community leaders are uniting to overcome FGM once and for all. Read more