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Louga

(lo͞o`gä), town (1988 pop. 52,763), W Senegal. Located in a region where peanuts, cassava, and gum arabic are produced, the town manufactures peanut oil and processes hides and skins. Louga is a road junction and has rail connections with Saint-Louis in NW Senegal. An agricultural school and a branch of the Institute for Research in Seed Oils are in Louga.
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Mariama invites me into her bedroom in the house she shares with her mother-in-law, sister-in-law and her two children in Senegal's northern Louga region.
This crop is mainly produced in Fatick, Kaolack, Kaffrine, Louga, and Thies regions, with more than 60% of the national peanut production [1].
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The project comprises a rural component designed to improve access to drinking water supply and sanitation for the people of the Louga, Kaffrine and Tambacounda regions, in continuation of two previous Bank operations, and an urban component to rehabilitate and extend the Dakar and Ziguinchor sanitation networks.
L'Office a remporte deux concessions d'electrification rurale a Saint Louis et Louga (nord).
Other cities--Diourbel, Kaolack, Kolda, Louga, Rufisque, Saint-Louis, Thies, Tambacounda, Ziguinchor, Fatick, Matam, Kedougou, Sedhiou.
Parmi la population migrante, trois groupes ont ete distingues : le premier comprend les individus nes dans une des villes principales du Senegal (Saint-Louis, Kolda, Louga, Ziguinchor, Tambacounda, Thies, Diourbel, Fatick, Kaolack et Matam) ; le deuxieme, les individus nes dans une des villes secondaires du Senegal (population de 10 000 habitants ou plus selon la GEOPOLIS database) ; et le troisieme, les personnes, nees dans des communes dont l'effectif de population est inferieur a 10 000 habitants, pouvant etre considerees comme rurales.
The cities are Akure, Nigeria; Bamako and Segou, Mali; Blantyre, Malawi; Kisumu, Kenya; Kumasi, Ghana; and Louga, Senegal.