The right data, at the right time, is key to successful policymaking. With only 10 years left to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), it is imperative that we rapidly increase the access and use of timely data in decision-making. The Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data, the Islamic Development Bank, the think tank Initiative Prospective Agricole et Rural and the Government of Senegal collaborated in 2019 and 2020 to test the use of satellite imagery to provide timely data that can inform environmental protection policies and that can support agricultural productivity. This report details the impacts and learnings from this partnership and highlights how satellite imagery can help to tackle deforestation, improve water quality and support food security.
EN: Timely data for the Sustainable Development Goals: Senegal (PDF, 4MB)
AR: يانات في الوقت المناسب لأهداف التنمية المستدامة: لسنغال (PDF, 4MB)