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2121  President Shri Ram Nath Kovind's State visit to the Gambia 31 Jul - 1 Aug 2019 / Address by Hon'ble President during Indian Community Reception 

 

The Gambia  Speeches  7/31/2019  URL 
2123  President Shri Ram Nath Kovind's State visit to the Gambia 31 Jul - 1 Aug 2019 / Address at the National Assembly of the Gambia, 31 July 2019 

 

The Gambia  Speeches  7/31/2019  URL 
2150  COVID-19 / Ayurveda immunity boosting measures for self care during COVID 19 crisis 

 

India  Information  4/1/2020  URL 
4263  Message from Hon'ble Prime Minister of India at International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) at the Start of ITER Assembly 

 

India  Information  7/29/2020  URL 
2132  Citizenship Amendment Act / Official Gazette Notification / Press Information Bureau 

 

India  Information  12/12/2019  URL 
3166  Tender: Redevelopment and maintenance of Website of EOI, Dakar and migration on Virtual Private Cloud/ as on MEA site / easy to download the tender notice/ Corrigendum in view of lock-downs due to Covid19 

 

India  Tender  4/21/2020  URL 
2151  COVID-19/ PM CARES FUND: (source: All India Radio) People urged to donate generously in PM CARES fund; PM Modi says every contribution matters 

 

India  Information  4/1/2020  URL 
4265  BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited, a Govt. of India undertaking) Notice inviting Expression of Interest from interested Parties to enlist as Sales Agents for BHEL Products for Global Markets, dated 8th July 2020. 

 

India  Information  7/31/2020  URL 
64  Conference on Responsible Agricultural Investment to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 / Government representatives, researchers and financial institutions from six African countries gather in Tunis 

 

Western Africa  Information  10/17/2019  URL 
4247  Covid-19 test centers in The Gambia, type of test, capacity, time required; documents required to do immmigration at the land border 

There is a hotline number “1025” which can be called to explain the symptoms and based on which they act and advise to stay at home or send someone to test.

There are 2 test facilities :
The Medical Research Council (MRC) Unit at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Contact: (+220) 9001025; (+220) 6221025; (+220) 3441025; (+220) 7541025; (+220) 2101025
Kotou Central Medical Stores
Both being overseen by Ministry of Health and they do not entertain walk in tests

Types of covid-tests valid in the country: PRT test

Head of the Covid Testing Team in The Gambia informs that they can do the testing on request for 8 passengers a day. It takes 24 hours to get the result.

Documents: Each passenger must carry their Resident permit/Work Permit; a copy of the Payroll Tax payment. They may not be allowed to board the bus from Banjul to Dakar unless they have Immigration clearance. 

The Gambia  Information  7/19/2020  URL 
Indian Navy Ship Tarkash Calls on Dakar Port 

 

Senegal  Event  8/27/2019  URL 
41  Gandhi@150: Essay / Drawing / Sketches / Vaishnawa Jana To contest / entries 

 

India  Contests  10/2/2019  URL 
71  List of consular, passport, visa services; documents necessary, fee payable (both in CFA and in USD) 

 

India  Information  10/30/2019  URL 
1101  Yoga related forthcoming events 

 

India  Information  12/13/2019  URL 
2143  COVID-19/ Imporrtant FAQs carried on Embassy of India Dakar Website 

 

India  Information  3/25/2020  URL 
2139  COVID-19/ control room and other important information 

 

India  Information  3/16/2020  URL 
13  Articles written by ITEC alumni 

 

India  Celebrations  9/1/2019  URL 
40  List of all your RSVPs for various events organized by the Embassy 

 

India  Information  9/28/2019  URL 
4245  COVID-19/ CIRCULAR NOTICE by Senegalese Ministry of Tourism and Air transportation dated 14 July 2020 / CONDITIONS FOR AIR TRANSPORT OF PASSENGERS BOUND FOR SENEGAL / CIRCULAR N°02/2020 / UPDATE N°00/2020 

Type of covid-tests valid in Senegal: RT-PCR
Time validity of the test: The passenger presents the original COVID- 19 negative test certificate, dated less than seven (07) days from the day of the test. The certificate or the document attesting to this must be issued by a laboratory located in the State where the passenger starts or has started the journey and appearing on the list of laboratories approved by that State or a health body internationally recognized.

CIRCULAR NOTICE by Ministry of Tourism and Air transportation dated 14 July 2020 / CONDITIONS FOR AIR TRANSPORT OF PASSENGERS BOUND FOR SENEGAL / CIRCULAR N°02/2020 / UPDATE N°00/2020
Travel conditions in Senegal
1. Reminder of conditions concerning airlines
Airlines are not allowed to market air services from or to Senegal only if they fulfill one of the following conditions following conditions:
1.1. The company has a flight schedule duly approved by the Civil Aviation Authority.
1.2 The airline has a one-off/explicit authorization issued by the Civil Aviation Authority to carry out a flight or a series of flights to Senegal.
1.3 For passengers in transit, the company shall ensure that the country of departure meets the requirements of the country of destination.
1.4 The Company agrees to comply with the provisions of Circular No.1025/MTTA of 17 June 2020 concerning it. It shall, in particular complete the COVID-19 Aircraft Disinfection Record - 19 (Appendix 1)
2. Prerequisites for passenger boarding
Airlines may board passengers to an airport located in Senegal only if one of the following conditions is met:
2.1 The passenger presents the original COVID- 19 negative test certificate, dated less than seven (07) days from the day of the test. The certificate or the document attesting to this must be issued by a laboratory located in the State where the passenger starts or has started the journey and appearing on the list of laboratories approved by that State or a health body internationally recognized.
If the passenger is in transit or connecting, he or she must meet the conditions of point 2.2 if the transit has lasted more than 24 hours or if the passenger went outside the premises of the transit airport.
2.2. The passenger started his or her journey in a State where a test is not available or cannot be carried out by the passenger, at his or her own initiative and in the time required for the journey to be made. In this case the passenger shall inform a form in which:
• He declares on his honour that he does not present obvious symptoms or is not ill from COVID-19 and has not been in contact with a person ill with COVID-19.

• He agrees to submit to sampling and/or testing for COVID 19 in Senegal, if deemed necessary by the health authority at the airport, following a risk assessment (symptoms, country of departure and transit, duration of transit, stay during transit, etc.). Testing costs are at the expense of the passenger. The location and modalities of the sample and/or test is indicated to the passenger by a staff dedicated to this work.
2.3. The passenger has obtained an exemption from the Health Authority, following a risk assessment (urgency of the trip, passenger profile). In this case, the request for exemption may be requested individually or submitted and monitored by the airline on behalf of the passenger. In this case, the passenger is required to complete the declaration on honour .
The list of persons benefiting from an exemption on a specific flight is transmitted to the airline at its request.
Exemptions requests should be sent to the e-mail address published by the Health Authority.
2.4. In all of the above cases, the passenger must agree to scrupulously comply with the hygiene measures established on the ground by the airport of departure and on board the aircraft, and to those established by the company air transport, in accordance with the provisions in force, including those enacted by Circular No. 1025/MTTA/DTA/SP of 17 June 2020.

Conditions of entry into the Senegalese territory (passengers and crews).
Passengers.
The passenger who meets the admission requirements set by the immigration services is also subject to the following requirements:
3.1 He must complete a Passenger Location Form for public health, in accordance with the recommendations of the Organisation of International Civil Aviation, at the latest before disembarking at the airport of destination. This form is available online at the Blaise Diagne Dakar-Diass International Airport’s website (www.dakaraeroport.com). It is collected upon arrival at the location and at the times indicated by the staff dedicated to this work.
3.2. From the moment of disembarkation, the passenger must scrupulously respect the hygiene measures in force at Senegal's airports, including those provided in Circular No. 1025/MTTA/DTA/SP of 17 June 2020 and circular n°6639/MSAS/DGS/DP of 22 June 2020 and to those in this circular.
3.3. Where appropriate, the passenger shall present to the airport health service’s staff a negative COVID- 19 test certificate, dated less than seven (07) days from the date of the test. The certificate or document attesting it must be issued by a laboratory in the State in which the passenger is starting or has started the journey and included on the list of laboratories approved by that State or a recognized international health organization.
3.4. A passenger who does not fulfill the conditions mentioned in point 3.3 shall be subject to a test at the airport of destination in Senegal and must undergo a sample and/or make a COVID 19 test in Senegal, if it is found necessary by the airport health authority, following an assessment of the risk (symptoms, country of departure and transit, duration of transit, length of stay, etc.). The test costs are to be borne by the passenger. The place and method of sampling and testing shall be indicated to the passenger by a staff dedicated to this work.
3.5. A passenger who presents obvious symptoms must fill in a medical form provided by the airport service staff. Medical attention will be provided to him by the airport health services in accordance with the sanitary protocol in force.
3.6. 3.6. Any passenger tested positive to COVID-19 shall be taken care of by the airport health services, in accordance with the protocol in force.
3.7. Children under the age of two (02) are exempt from the provisions of this circular.
Crews.
3.8. Crew members must strictly adhere to the health measures established by their airline.
3.9. They do not have to comply with the requirements pertaining to testing prerequisites required for passengers, unless they show symptoms of COVID-19.
3.10. They must fill a crew member health form (Annex 4).
This form must be submitted to the Health Authority staff at the airport.

3.11. Crew members who carry out their rest period in Senegal are transferred from the airport to their hotel in accordance with a protocol established by their company and validated by the national health authorities.

4. Final provisions
4.1 The provisions of the present circular shall enter into force as from the date of signature. They will be regularly updated in the same form.
4.2 These provisions shall be without prejudice to the health and immigration regulations in force. 

Senegal  Information  7/15/2020  URL 
4242  COVID-19/ CIRCULAR NOTICE by Senegalese Ministry of Tourism and Air transportation dated 14 July 2020 / CONDITIONS FOR AIR TRANSPORT OF PASSENGERS BOUND FOR SENEGAL / CIRCULAR N°03/2020 / UPDATE N°00/2020 

Circular related to air transportation of passenegers in Senegal :Conditions for taking traffic from air companies Serving senegal
1. Subject
1.1 The purpose of this circular is to specify the conditions under which airlines authorized to operate air services to Senegal may take on traffic.
2. Conditions for taking on traffic
2.1 Airlines whose flight schedules have been approved by the Civil Aviation Authority or which have punctual authorisation are only allowed to embark passengers who meet the following conditions:
2.1.1 the passenger must be a resident of a country which is not on the list of countries whose residents are affected by a temporary restriction on non-essential travel to Senegal (Annex 1)
2.1.2 in the event of transit through Senegal, the passenger must meet the conditions required and published by the country of destination.
3. Exemption :
3.1. Where temporary travel restrictions continue to apply to a third country (see Annex 1), the following categories of persons are exempted from the travel restriction, irrespective of the purpose of the journey.
3.1.1. nationals of Member States of the West African Economic and Monetary Union or the Economic Community of West African States.
3.1.2. nationals of third countries legally established in Senegal and holding a residence card issued by the competent services of the Republic of Senegal; 3.1.3 Travellers with an essential function or needs (see Annex 2).
4. Final provisions :
4.1 The provisions of the present Circular shall enter into force on the date of signature. They shall be the subject of regular betting in the same form.
4.2 The present provisions are without prejudice to the immigration and health requirements in force.

Annex 1: List of countries whose nationals are subject to a temporary travel restriction in senegal
-Africa: all countries applying a restriction on the movement of Senegalese nationals
-Amercia: all countries applying a restriction on the movement of Senegalese nationals
-Asia: all countries applying a restriction on the movement of Senegalese nationals
-Europe: all countries applying a restriction on the movement of Senegalese nationals
Annex 2: Specific categories of travellers with a function or essential needs:
- Airline cabin crew. - Passengers in transit. - Diplomats, staff of international organizations and persons invited by the government or international organizations whose physical presence is necessary for the proper functioning of these organizations or work carried out in Senegal.
- Health professionals, researchers in the field of health.
- Military personnel, humanitarian workers and civil defence personnel in the performance of their duties.
- Passengers travelling for imperative family reasons. - Persons in need of international protection or for other humanitarian reasons.
- Third-country nationals studying in Senegal.
- Highly qualified third-country nationals if their employment is economically necessary and their work cannot be postponed or carried out abroad.
- Persons duly authorized by a competent authority mandated by the Government of the Republic of Senegal. 

Senegal  Information  7/14/2020  URL