April 2022

School Feeding Program Earns High Marks in Mauritania

School feeding program earns high marks in Mauritania In the village of Sarandougou Djibéride, located roughly 50 miles from Aleg in the southwest of Mauritania, …

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College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Magazine, Virginia Tech

Sowing Seeds of Sustainability in Senegal

March 2022

Improving Health so Children can Learn—Deworming in Mauritania

In Mbahé, a village in the department of Mbagne located in the south of Mauritania, many children are affected by parasites. The parasites harm their …

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Mauritania: The Ministry of Health receives medical aid to support nutritional health


Integrated school feeding and nutrition program: the TACSS Project well appreciated in the North Region (Senegal)

2020 — 2025

McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition program in Mozambique

CHALLENGE Located in southeastern Africa, Mozambique is a low-income, food-deficit country with a largely rural population of 31 million.  In 2015, the country reached its …

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School Feeding at Home: Keeping 47,000 Senegalese Students Food Secure During COVID-19

The spread of COVID-19 in Senegal is increasingly deteriorating livelihoods and inducing a food crisis across the country and in the Saint-Louis region, Counterpart’s target …

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McGovern-Dole Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program in Mauritania

CHALLENGE While 75% of the population in Mauritania depends on subsistence agriculture and pastoralism, the country has been facing drought exacerbated by climate change which …

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Ventures Africa


On Tuesday 7th January, Counterpart International announced its partnership with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to provide $ 22.5 million for development activities in Mauritania. This will also support multi-sectorial national strategies in improving education, nutrition, health, access to water, sanitation, and hygiene for school children.

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2018 — 2021

Local and Regional Food Aid Procurement Project in Senegal

CHALLENGE In Senegal, the agricultural sector employs approximately 70% of the working population, yet in 2017 its contribution to total GDP was just over 16%. …

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