Local Development Laboratory in Senegal


The Universitas Programme of the KIP International School collaborates with the Ministry of Local Governance, Development and Territorial Planning of Senegal, to support its activities with innovative research and training processes, involving territorial development actors and the country's universities and research centers. Partnerships with the Emilia Romagna Region and the Liguria Region (Italy) also participate in these activities as part of an international network of local development laboratories and decentralized cooperation.

Currently, Universitas is working with the Senegalese Ministry to consolidate the activities realized through the CIDEL Programme (Innovative Knowledge on Local Development) that was active from 2013 to 2015.  See: 

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LABORATORY HIGHLIGHTS

Conclusion of the First Edition of the National Competition for Innovative Experiences of Local Development in Senegal

The CIDEL Programme is a result of the cooperation between the Senegalese and Italian Governments. In June 2014 the CIDEL Programme launched the first edition of the National Competition for Innovative Experiences of ... more

Launch of a participatory action-research for the definition of a plan for sustainable tourism in Kaolack Region (Senegal), in collaboration with Liguria Region (Italy)

Following the conclusions of the first national edition of the Summer School held in Kaolack in June 2015, two experts of the Liguria Region, Anna Cossetta (Genoa University) and Michele Pagani (Tourism Sector, Liguria Region) ... more

Senegalese culture in the KIP Pavilion at Expo Milan 2015

Innovative partnerships for the development of attractive territories was the main theme of a week dedicated to Senegal in the KIP Pavilion. The week began with the visit of a delegation of mayors of several Senegalese cities, who, in the KIP Pavilion ... more

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