Friday Jul 18
Helping African Students Become Agents of Social Change
Roy Pietro, director of UConn's Global Training and Development Institute , and Chad Turner, co-founder of Go Media , speak to students from North and Sub-Saharan Africa at a workshop on using the Internet.
U.S. Department of Defense
Face of Defense: Soldier Born in Senegal Returns for Exercise
After joining the U.S. Army two years ago, Spc. Lassana Traore, a food service specialist with 1st Infantry Division's 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, couldn't have imagined he would find himself back in his native land of Senegal as an Army translator for Exercise Western Accord 14. Army Spc.
Senegal: Mobile Phone App Helps Diabetics During Ramadan
Senegal has become the first Francophone country to pilot a mobile phone platform, called mRamadan, which helps people with diabetes safely manage their health while fasting.
West African nations should be prepared for Ebola - WHO
Inter Press Service
Senegal Walks a Fine Line Between Development and Environmental Protection
The Dangote cement factory, set to be one of the largest on the continent, is now in Galene, Poute and Dangane, villages close to Thies, Senegal's third-biggest city.