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Senegal launches the ‘Zero Malaria Business Leadership Initiative’

Press Release • 25 November 2020

Mr. Abdoulaye Diouf Sarr, Senegal’s Minister of Health and Social Action officially launched the « Zero Malaria! Business Leadership Initiative » this Saturday, November 21, 2020, in the presence of business leaders’ members of the Ecobank network. Ecobank Senegal thus joins Ecobank Benin and becomes the second country to officially launch this initiative aiming at strengthening efforts […]

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