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Last updated: September 12, 2022

September 12, 2022

When COVID-19 arrived in Mali’s Bandiagara region, local leaders faced not just the threat of the disease, but also the spread of misinformation. “Some people were afraid, but most of them did not believe in the disease,” says Baba Napo.

September 12, 2022

In 2011, at the age of I6, Balkissa Idrissa left school to get married and join her new husband in Bentia village, near Mali’s border with Niger. Soon after the wedding, her community and others in the area were beset by a conflict that officially ended with the signing of the 2015 Algiers Peace Accord.

September 8, 2022

Tense negotiations between a teachers’ union and a school administration in Kenieba commune in the Kayes region of southern of Mali in July 2022 became more difficult when a social media post alleged that a school supervisor had been wrongly imprisoned by authorities.

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 23, 2022

In May 2022, Feed the Future Mali Sugu Yiriwa (prosperous markets) held a cooking competition for women to highlight nutritious local recipes and processed foods made with important agricultural value chains in Mali including cereals, cowpeas, horticultural products, poultry, goats and sheep.

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