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July 21, 2014

Like much of the Sahel, Mali is subject to frequent droughts and experiences a significant variability in annual rainfall. Climate change is expected to increase local temperatures, the variability of rainfall, and the magnitude of extreme weather events. With more than 80 percent of Mali’s population dependent on agriculture for their livelihood, which is predominantly rainfed, they are extremely vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.

July 21, 2014

The Accelerated Economic Growth team manages a portfolio of $21 million in FY 2014 funds. This portfolio includes two Presidential Initiatives - Feed the Future and Global Climate Change. The team also serves as the technical resource for Agency priorities including Mobile Money, the Development Credit Authority, and Public Private Partnerships. The team includes the Food for Peace Program, which managed an additional $35 million in humanitarian funds in FY 2014. 

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