A bridge towards resilience – Senegal

Case study about the youth of Sare and Kemo villages who have built a bridge to counter the problem of cut off access to each other during persistent flooding.

One in a series of video case studies created by the Global Network for Disaster Reduction.

GNDR, 2011.

A bridge towards resilience – Senegal, Overview of GNDR video case studies
http://www.globalnetwork-dr.org/case-studies/advocacy-a-awareness-raising/article/202-senegal.html, http://www.globalnetwork-dr.org/case-studies.html

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