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The environment in a developing country


, : The environment in a developing country. Heidemjtijdschrift 101(4): 116-120

For a very long time the Senegal River has guaranteed a mode of existence to the people in its valley. Building a dam will make it possible to replace traditional agriculture in the Sahel with irrigated agriculture and bigger harvests. In the long term, the reservoir should be suitable for fishing. The operations in and around the river are the foundation for supplying electricity.

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