Publications
Market Analysis, Food Security Analysis
15 September 2014

A rapid market assessment of Senegal/Guinea border areas was conducted 2 - 4 September 2014 to inform wider food security analysis for the region affected by the Ebola crisis. Two main sub-regional markets were visited: Diaoube and Kedougou. Mission objectives included:

  • Analyze repercussions of the border closure on sub-regional trade flows; and
  • Collect market information from wholesale and retail traders in Diaoube and Kedougou;

A basic traders survey tool was used to collect information. This mission was jointly conducted by the OMD Regional Bu-reau and the Senegal Country Office.

Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
25 July 2014

This bulletin aims to deepen and complement the existing information on market prices of cereals and pulses in Senegal with other trade indicators in order to inform on the current and future trends availability and accessibility to food by the most vulnerable households.

In a context of global price volatility and climate change affecting the harvest in the Sahel, the monitoring of food and labour market behaviour, as well as cross-border trade, has great relevance for food security in Senegal and the neighbouring countries.

Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
30 November 2013

This bulletin aims to deepen and complement the existing information on market prices of cereals and pulses in Senegal with other trade indicators in order to inform on the current and future trends availability and accessibility to food by the most vulnerable households.

In a context of global price volatility and climate change affecting the harvest in the Sahel, the monitoring of food and labour market behaviour, as well as cross-border trade, has great relevance for food security in Senegal and the neighbouring countries.

Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
31 December 2012

This bulletin aims to deepen and complement the existing information on market prices of cereals and pulses in Senegal with other trade indicators in order to inform on the current and future trends availability and accessibility to food by the most vulnerable households.

In a context of global price volatility and climate change affecting the harvest in the Sahel, the monitoring of food and labour market behaviour, as well as cross-border trade, has great relevance for food security in Senegal and the neighbouring countries.

Market Analysis, Food Security Analysis
31 August 2012

Atypical drought conditions in the US causes wheat, maize and soya prices to soar (figure 1). According to data record-ed by the World Bank in July 2012, wheat increased by 50%, maize by 45% and soya by 30% since mid-June 2012. By contrast, rice prices remained stable until July 2012. Compared to the 5-year average, maize, soya and wheat increased by 59%, 44% and 31%, respectively, and rice increased only by 8%. A new bullish phase in inter-national markets could impact regional markets and the food access of West African households already affected by the current nutrition and food crisis.

Market Analysis, Food Security Analysis
29 February 2012

Trois équipes composées de deux personnes (une du Commissariat à la Sécurité Alimentaire -CSA et une du PAM) ont visité les dix-huit marchés les plus importants du Sénégal pour l’approvisionnement en céréales et pour l’écoulement des cultures de rente (en particulier l’arachide) du 26 au 31 décembre 2011.

Compte tenu de l’importance du riz dans la consommation alimentaire des Sénégalais et de l’importance des céréales sèches (mil, maïs et sorgho) et de l’arachide comme culture de rente, ces trois filières ont été étudiées au cours de l’évaluation.

Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
31 December 2011

This bulletin aims to deepen and complement the existing information on market prices of cereals and pulses in Senegal with other trade indicators in order to inform on the current and future trends availability and accessibility to food by the most vulnerable households.

In a context of global price volatility and climate change affecting the harvest in the Sahel, the monitoring of food and labour market behaviour, as well as cross-border trade, has great relevance for food security in Senegal and the neighbouring countries.

Market Analysis, Food Security Analysis
21 April 2011

The countries covered by the study include Benin, Ghana, Liberia, Mali, Nigeria and Senegal. Fieldwork took place from May to December 2010.The study is based on analysis of secondary data from national market information systems. Meetings took place with producers, consumers, traders, and technical staff. Debriefing meetings took place with key stakeholders in the different countries.

Market Analysis, Food Security Analysis
31 March 2010

The study aims to provide decision makers with baseline information on cross-border trade and food security, including market flow maps and an analysis of trader capacities and incentives. The study was sponsored by USAID and jointly carried out by CILSS, FAO, FEWS NET, WFP and national market information systems.

Market Analysis, Food Security Analysis
30 November 2008

Senegal - Impact de la hausse des prix sur la securite alimentaire, Novembre 2008