#Senegal

  • 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

  • Article: Mining threatens the health of the Gambie River and of the communities that depends on it
    Water & Sanitation

    Mining threatens the health of the Gambie River and of the communities that depends on it

    May 20, 2016|Global Citizen Year

    Gold mining could compromise the river at the center of this Senegalese village Read more

  • Article: I moved to a rural village in Senegal and this is what I found
    Citizenship

    I moved to a rural village in Senegal and this is what I found

    Feb. 18, 2016|Global Citizen Year

    How a village too small for any map became home Read more

  • Article: A letter to my Senegalese host mom
    Citizenship

    A letter to my Senegalese host mom

    By Maria Morava|Feb. 2, 2016|Global Citizen Year

    To my host mom who only speaks Wolof – a language I don’t yet. Read more

  • Article: Something dangerous is happening in central Africa
    Citizenship

    Something dangerous is happening in central Africa

    By Simon Moss|Jan. 26, 2016

    How long should a President govern? Read more

  • Article: A tale of two presidents: Senegal, Rwanda, and the future of democracy in Africa
    Citizenship

    A tale of two presidents: Senegal, Rwanda, and the future of democracy in Africa

    By Hans Glick|Jan. 15, 2016

    The will of the people is at stake. Read more