A little bait catches a large fish: fostering the Senegalese fisheries sector

December 2, 2019

Being one of the most important economic contributors in Senegal, the fishery sector is wishing to increase export to Europe. In collaboration with CBI Globally Cool went to Dakar this November to start building strategic dialogues with the main objective to sustainably increase exports of the Senegalese fishery sector.

Prioritizing constraints
With a coastline of 531 km the West African country fits to the actuality that fishery is an extremely important source of income for coastal areas in developing countries. In order to assist the sector in increasing exports to the European market, team members Joost and Valeria had a week full of meetings with representatives of the Government and the private sector. All to get a better understanding of the potential of the sector and to prioritize the constraints that need to be solved.


By:
Mariët Saakstra

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