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Main Office Contact:
(221) 33-859-41-00

In Senegal:
Mademba Ndiaye (221)
33-859-4140

Bureau de la Banque mondiale
Corniche Ouest X Rue Léon Gontran Damas
Dakar, Senegal

mademba@worldbank.org
In Washington:
Marie-Chantal Uwanyiligira
Country Program Coordinator
+1-202-473-4596

1818 H Street NW
Washington, DC 20433

muwanyiligira@worldbank.org
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