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February 18, 2015
This report presents the results of a climate vulnerability mapping exercise that is intended to assist the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)/Mali with strategic planning. The approach utilizes a spatial vulnerability index comprising 18 indicators that are rouped into three vulnerability components: climate exposure, sensitivity, and adaptive capacity.
February 9, 2015

On January 14, USAID/Mali launched a five-year livestock project as part of its Feed the Future activities. The project addresses constraints faced by Malian Livestock producers, including poor animal health due to seasonal volatility of feed and water supplies, loss of traditional pastureland to cropland, and limited capacity of producers to improve their stock and better manage risk as well as suppliers’ lack the knowledge and capacity to effectively market products and services to small producers and herders.

December 1, 2014

Reports of GBV in Northern Mali stemming from the 2012 rebellion and occupation are alarming.  People living in the North suffered the brunt of socio-political and economic consequences of the armed occupation.   During and following the crisis, the situation for women deteriorated dramatically.

November 21, 2014

Sixteen agricultural science students from Mali are set to embark on a program sponsored by the U.S. Government under the Feed the Future initiative and designed to strengthen the agricultural research capacity of Malian institutions. The students will first study intensive English for six months before pursuing Masters and PhD-level degrees in various agricultural fields at African higher education institutions in Kenya, Ghana and South Africa.

October 2, 2014

From September 25 to 27, the USAID/Mali Director Gary Juste embarked on a series of certifications of the first villages that reached the Open Defecation Free status, an innovative water supply, sanitation, and hygiene (WASHplus led by FHI 360) approach funded by the United States Government via USAID and implemented through CARE International and two Malian NGOs (YAG-TU and Sahel Eco). For reaching Open Defecation Free status, three villages in Mopti region in the northern half of the country that are also priority for USAID's Feed the Future and Global Health initiatives, were recognized: Allaye-Daga (Commune of Sio), Wendeguele (commune of Dandoli) and Kanikombole (Commune of Kani-Bonzo).

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