Post-2015 Data Test: Senegal’s Country Report released

Post-2015 Data Test: Senegal’s Country Report released


Senegal’s Country Report prepared under Post-2015 Data Test: Unpacking the Data Revolution at the Country Level (Post-2015 Data Test) has been released. The study titled Measuring Sustainable Development for Post-2015 in Senegal provides insights into Senegal’s key national priorities under the SDGs, the status quo of Senegal as regards SDG implementation and the way forward based on lessons learned from the MDGs and data-related challenges ahead for SDG implementation and monitoring in Senegal.

The study was conducted by Dr. Maam Suwadu Sakho-Jimbira, Researcher; Dr. Ibrahima Hathie, Research Director; Dr. Idrissa Wade, Researcher; Dr. Aminata Niang, Researcher and M. Madické Niang, Data Analyst of Initiative Prospective Agricole et Rurale (IPAR) – Senegal.

The core objective of the study was to feed into to post-2015 discussions and the “data revolution” by analysing how the SDGs could be implemented and measured with evidence from Senegal. Post-2015 Data Test is a seven-country project implemented by the Southern Voice network along with Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA), Ottawa. Other countries covered under the project are Bangladesh, Canada, Peru, Senegal, Tanzania and Turkey. Currently, Southern Voice is implementing a follow-up project based on the learning outcomes of Post-2015 Data Test.



For specific queries regarding the report, please contact: Dr. Maam Suwadu Sakho-Jimbira at <

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