Our work in


Our work in


Our Senegal office was officially opened in 2018 through a strategic partnership with CECI. We are currently taking part in the Uniterra volunteer-cooperation program in the country but also have a major focus on gender-equality programming. With funding from Global Affairs Canada, we are running our flagship gender transformative program, “Scaling Her Voice On Air,” which aims to make major inroads in transforming unequal gender norms and encouraging improved agricultural practices for farmers in the target regions of Matam, Saint-Louis and Kolda.

Our reach

Senegal Map 2020

6.5 million potential listeners

By combining radio coverage maps with population density information, we estimate that our partner stations in Senegal have a combined potential audience of more than 3 million people.



Feature projects

Feature publications

2017 | Brochure

Getting results with interactive radio - Partership Brochure

2016 | Thematic Brief

Thematic briefing note: Cultivating farmer resilience to climate change

2016 | Thematic Brief

Thematic briefing note: Promoting gender equality through knowledge and information

Country snapshot

164th on the Human Development Index

18,850,567 total population

53% rural population

53% employment in agriculture

64.5% rural access to electricity

47% women’s literacy rate

Source: UNDP, World Bank

Staple crops

Groundnuts, millet, rice, maize, sorghum, vegetables

Our work in Senegal

30 Broadcasting partners

1981 First broadcasting partner joined

2018 Country office opened

2018 First radio project


N° 528, Sicap Baobabs,

Boulevard du President Habib Bourguiba,

Dakar, République du Sénégal


Project broadcast languages

Our upcoming programs will target Pulaar-speaking areas in Senegal.

Digital solutions at work



Uliza Log

Uliza Log

On the air


Participatory Radio Campaign

Her voice on air

Her Voice on Air

Radio Marketplace

Radio Marketplace

Drama Plus

Drama Plus

Quality Farmer Program

Quality Farmer Program

Community Listening Group

Community Listening Group