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Sun-kissed Senegal is located at the westernmost point of Africa in the Atlantic Ocean. Senegal was once home to the largest slave-trading center on the African coast, It was nicknamed ‘Door of No Return’ due to the millions of Africans shipped every year to a life of slavery in the Caribbean and Americas. Senegal is home to Africa’s tallest statue, the African Renaissance Monument which soars 49 meters (160-ft) high above the Senegalese capital and symbolizes the triumph of African liberation from centuries of ignorance, intolerance, and racism. Senegal is also known for its delicious cuisine and gleans its culinary inspiration from far and wide, combining French and North African influences with ancient local traditions.

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Volunteering in Senegal

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Tailoring combats the crisis

Successful in Senegal is a tailoring business that has helped finance and organize pop-up stores and showcase local boutiques.

Experiencing Senegal

Splendor of Senegal

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