It has to do with a cultural phenomenon called messed up,” my friend Althea told me upon arrival.
Senegalese men will fall all over themselves to carry something heavy for you or hold a door open.
They were also responsible for a large share of agricultural work, including weeding and harvesting, for such common crops as rice.
The African Development Bank and Senegal have a long history of cooperation, dating back to 1972.
Since that time, the Bank has financed 66 national projects in several sectors with a total investment of approximately US $ 1.1 billion or 532 billion CFA francs.
Infrastructure projects make up 39.4 per cent of the Bank’s investment in Senegal, compared to 21.3 per cent for the social sector and 18.7 per cent for rural projects.
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