• 30 October 2014

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    posted by : #STORIESFIIAPP

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    Stories Cooperation: Senegal

    One of the most beautiful bays in Senegal has become a health risk for local citizens. A water purification plant is needed to return clean water to the sea. This is one of our “Stories of Cooperation”.

    The International and Ibero-American Foundation for Administration and Public Policies (FIIAPP) is managing the “Management of Hazardous Chemical and Biological Waste in the African Atlantic Façade Region and Tunisia” project

    To what extent can these wastes affect the health of citizens?

    In this video you will see how one of the most beautiful bays in Senegal has been turned into a health hazard for citizens. A water treatment plant is needed that will clean the water before returning it to the sea. This is one of our “Cooperation Stories”