“ As of 2011, about 38 percent of Senegal’s population was living on $1.90 or less a day.”
More than one-third of the population in Senegal lives below the poverty line and 75 percent of families suffer from chronic poverty.
Poverty and food insecurity are the greatest challenges that the people of Senegal face. As of 2011, about 38 percent of Senegal’s population was living on $1.90 or less a day. Nearly 75 percent of the population works in the agricultural sector, which is regularly threatened by inclement weather such as drought and other climate changes.
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The latest events including clashes near IDP camps and civilian compounds leaving civilians killed, injured, and trapped in active conflict zones.
MAUSA and a partner organization have carried out the Qurbani 2018 program and distributed meat as charity food to impoverished and needy Muslim families
785 million people in the world live without clean water. For as little as $13 you can help an entire family have access to clean water for years.