|Diagnostic Trade Integration Study (DTIS)||2002|
EIF is supporting Senegal to meet growth objectives in a sustainable and inclusive manner. Targeted strategic support involves a strong emphasis on value chain addition and trade facilitation, especially in the agro-industry.
The partnership works alongside International Commercial Negotiations (Négociations Commerciales Internationales), which defines Senegalese policies and ensures the implementation of the country's trade policy.
EIF aims to support Senegal’s integration into the international trading system in order to reduce poverty and promote sustainable development.
- Supported Senegal in developing a plan for social and economic development as well as a Medium-term Plan that coordinates strategies for implementation between various stakeholders.
- 79 people participated in a workshop about public‑private sector relations.
Enhancing trade – Mango
Working to increase the contribution of the mango value chain to the socio-economic development of Senegal, EIF is training actors in the country's mango value chain to improve agricultural practices, and to update storage and processing facilities.
- 567 participants (producers, companies, harvesters and transporters) attended 10 training sessions covering harvesting methods, quality norms and techniques to combat mango pests in July and August 2015.
Senegal Monitoring Matrix (French) (2003)English
Senegal Matrice d'action (2005)English
Senegal EDIC /DTIS Volume 2 Chapitre 7: Textiles (2002)English
Senegal EDIC / DTIS Volume 2 Chapitre 6: Tourisme (2002)English
Senegal EDIC / DTIS Volume 2 Chapitre 5: Agriculture (2002)English
Senegal EDIC / DTIS Volume 2 Chapitre 4: Pêche (2002)English
Senegal EDIC / DTIS Volume 2 Chapitre 3: Promotion des Exportations (2002)English
Senegal EDIC / DTIS Volume 2 Chapitre 1: Compétitivité (2002)English
Senegal Etude Diagnostique sur l'Intégration du Commerce (EDIC) / Diagnostic Trade Integration Study (DTIS) (2003)English French
Senegal DTIS Update (2013)French
Senegal Annual Progress Report (2013)English
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