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Crossing the ocean to meet with the Crossroads team, by Kristine Stenzel and Bruna Franchetto

From November  28 to December 2, 2016, Kristine Stenzel and Bruna Franchetto, professors from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, traveled to London to meet with the Crossroads team and participate in the… 295 more words

My sister is in Senegal

Thus far she has told me she’s struggling, but is there for a purpose. She has told me she’s doing her best to stay positive. She’s told me that the stars out there are beautiful and that she’s watching them and she loves it. 124 more words

I have come here to eat rice and kick ass, and I'm all out of rice

In America, I definitely thought way too highly of my digestion skills. Turns out, I am a pansy. I got food poisoning after only a few days in country and have continued this fun game of “will this make me sick?” throughout the past few months. 620 more words

Eagles Coach to meet with Lookman ahead Senegal clash

The Head Coach of the Nigeria national team, Gernort Rohr is reportedly making plans to meet with Everton youngster, Ademola Lookman in London.

The planned meeting in London as reported by UK Tabloid Daily Mirror is geared towards convincing Lookman to switch allegiance to play for the Super Eagles of Nigeria even though he has previously played for England’s under-19s and 20s. 106 more words


'Senegal: Treatment woes for the country’s cancer patients'

Thousands of people die from cancer-related diseases every year in Senegal.

Now the country’s only cancer radiotherapy machine has broken down, leaving hundreds of patients without vital treatment.

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Teranga Gold: West African Expansion

Checking in with Richard Young President and CEO of Teranga Gold (T.TGZ) is always interesting. When last we spoke with Young in April 2016, Teranga’s Senegal open pit gold mine was generating free cash flow of $144 dollars per ounce of gold mined. 708 more words


my one year Sene-versary

One year ago today I arrived in Senegal. Just yesterday, I posted a love letter to my home for the past year, Dakar, so I won’t do that again today. 235 more words