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Women receiving USAID food assistance in Mopti region
October 4, 2022

On September 19th Mali’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Abdoulaye Diop and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission Director Miriam Lutz signed an amendment to the development assistance agreement between the United States and Mali representing new funding in the amount of $148.5 million (FCFA 101 billion.) *

September 26, 2022


September 13, 2022

Access to drinking water increased in Mali over the past 10 years, but approximately 37 percent of the rural population still use unprotected water sources or surface water for drinking and domestic purposes. An estimated 30 percent of existing water facilities in rural areas and small towns are not operational for reasons including inadequate construction, aging infrastructure, lack of maintenance, and difficulty harnessing water resources.

August 24, 2022

Adiaratou Sangaré is a livestock trader from Yanfolila, Mali, who has been perfecting her craft for over 13 years. At 37, this mother of six is a member of the Association of Small Ruminant Traders of Yanfolila,

August 16, 2022

Samba Coulibaly is a problem-solver in southern Mali. Farmers in the Koutiala region, like so many others, are being hurt by fast rising prices for fertilizer and other inputs. Agricultural price shocks that began with COVID-19 are now being fueled by the war in Ukraine. Not only is fertilizer becoming more expensive, but the chemical fertilizer most commonly used in Samba’s community can have negative environmental and nutritional impacts.


Last updated: October 05, 2022

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