Hann Bay, in Dakar, has reached an advanced state of degradation due to the direct discharge of industrial and domestic effluents. To deal with these environmental, economic and health issues, the Senegalese authorities have drawn up an action plan providing for the construction of infrastructures for the collection, treatment and discharge of these effluents into the sea.
The Hann Bay depollution project is co-financed by the State of Senegal, the AFD, the Dutch cooperation RVO, the China Development Bank and the European Union.
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