We have been present in Mali since 1996. To do this we are building resilience and development while maintaining emergency response where necessary.

Mali

4.1 million people are expected to need food assistance in 2018

 

COUNTRY OVERVIEW

Security in the north of the country continued to deteriorate throughout 2017 due to the breakdown in the Bamako Peace Agreement and the resumption of hostilities between the signatory parties. At the same time, there has been an increase in criminal activity in a region in which weapons are mulitiplying and livelihoods have become scarcer. 

Outside conflict zones, the chronic vulnerability so characteristic of the Sahel persists, and the effects of climate change can clearly be observed. Food and nutrition security are causing the forced displacement of people, 4.1 million people will need food assistance in 2018, almost half of them in Koulikoro, Sikasso and Segou regions. 

One of the major challenges facing us in 2018 in a highly complex situation involving a rise in the number of armed actors. 

536,417
People we helped in 2017

WHAT WE ARE DOING

We have been present in Mali since 1996. Our teams have been supporting communities to develop and build up resilience to periods of food shortages. 

 Some of the programmes in Mali include:

  • Working with local and national health authorities to improve their capacity to address child hunger
  • Screening and treating children under 5 for malnutrition
  • Improving access to clean water and adequate sanitation facilities
  • Psychosocial support groups

 

 

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Facts

Operating Since
1996
Number of Staff
305
Based In
Gao, Kayes, Bamako, Kita Tombouctou