Senegalese Red Cross Society was admitted to the IFRC in 1963. In 2016, it counted 30,000 active volunteers (up from 20,000 in 2012), of which 47% were male and 53% female.
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In Lambago, like in most of villages in Diery, Matam, in north-eastern Senegal, the soils are dry and without vegetation. Mile upon mile, there is no water to be found.
The Senegalese Red Cross – with support from Luxembourg Red Cross – has launched a new shelter project that aims to help communities in northern Senegal to build safe and flood-proof houses.
165 migrants have returned home from Libya in an operation coordinated by the International Organization for Migration and supported by the IFRC.
Like many farmers, Bogo Sy, 65, visits her vegetable garden every morning. There, in the garden, vegetables, fruits and medicinal herbs grow. A water pump system installed – just a stone’s throw away from the Senegal river – makes it easy to water the plants.
Gaya, a village in northern Senegal, is located near the 1800km long Senegal river. Yet, despite this proximity, many families have no access to safe water.
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- Président: M. Abdoul Azize DIALLO
- 1er Vice-Président: M. Bassirou SECK
- 2ème Vice-President: M. Elhadji MANGANE
- 3ème Vice-Président: M. Antoine DACOSTA
- Secrétaire Général: M. Mamadou SONKO
- Journaliste, Chef du Service Communication et Marketing: M. Nfally SADIO
- Chef du Service de la Comptabilité et des Finances: Mme Témou Fall NIANG
- Chef du Service de l’Administration Générale et du Personnel: Mme Rokhaya Diop FALL
- Coordonnateur des Services Supports: M. Bayla BARRY
- Trésorier Général: M. Cheikh Tidiane GUEYE
- Trésorier général adjoint: Mme Penda SY
- Représentante des Femmes: Mme Ngoné SOW
- Représentant des Jeunes: M. Ousmane Laye BA