Concerted water management: The example of the River Senegal

The River Senegal, the 9th longest river in Africa, 1,641 km-long, and second longest in West Africa, is of vital importance for its basin. Irrigation, dams, fishing, water supply for cities… Since 1972, it has been collectively managed by the countries it crosses: Guinea, Mali, Senegal and Mauritania, via the Organization for the Development of the Senegal River (OMVS). An interview with Kabiné Komara, its High Commissioner, a Guinean national.

Interview 3 MIN