The State of Senegal will receive $400,500 in insurance (252.37 million FCFA) against the risk of drought from the Start Network, a group of humanitarian non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to combat food insecurity. The measure announced on Thursday 24 November by the group’s spokesman was triggered on Monday 21 at the end of the rainy season and in anticipation of next year’s drought. The full amount is expected to be paid before the end of December in the form of cash grants and nutritional supplements. In October 2021, the Start Network signed
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