Tag Archives: Senegal

According to topschoolsintheusa.com, Senegal is a West African country located on the Atlantic Coast. It has an area of 196,722 square kilometers and shares borders with Guinea, Mali, Mauritania, and Guinea-Bissau. The terrain is mostly low-lying coastal plains with some hills in the interior. The climate is tropical with hot and humid weather year-round. The educational system in Senegal follows a traditional model based on French principles. Primary education is compulsory for all children between the ages of six and fourteen and consists of six years of primary school followed by three years of secondary school. Higher education is offered at universities across the country as well as several private institutions. Students can pursue a range of courses including business, engineering, science, technology, law and medicine. Senegal has invested heavily in improving access to education for women; girls are now allowed to attend classes with boys at all levels of schooling and gender parity has been achieved at primary level education. In addition to formal schooling, there are also several vocational training centers offering courses in areas such as construction, mechanics, electronics, agriculture hospitality management nursing and computer science. See topmbadirectory for Senegal Politics and Known People.

Senegal Modern History

Senegal is a country located in Western Africa. With the capital city of Dakar, Senegal has a population of 16,743,938 based on a recent census from COUNTRYAAH. In 1960, the Republic of Senegal achieved full independence from the colonial power of France. The country’s first president was Leopold Sédar Senghor. In the 1960s, Senegal was… Read More »

Senegal Healthcare and Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required yellow fever 1 cholera 2 Typhoid & Polio Yes – malaria 3 – Eat Drink Overview Medical care in the country cannot be compared to Europe and is often problematic in terms of technology, equipment and/or hygiene. Dakar, on the other hand, is still one of the two… Read More »