The West African nation of Senegal is one of the most stable democracies in Africa. Senegal was the first country of intervention for The Hunger Project in Africa; we have been working there since 1991. The Hunger Project-Senegal is now empowering partners in 10 epicenters communities.
The National Agency of Eco-Villages (ANEV) and the Japanese International Cooperation Agency signed an agreement with the Coki Epicenter Rural Bank to implement the Environmental Protection and Financial Sustainability Program. The program aims to promote the use of biodigesters that convert waste into renewable energy.