In 2012, Mali plunged into war after the secession of the Northern regions and the multiplication of violent extremist groups. Mali is in a state of crisis, facing refugee migrations, food insecurity, and violence perpetrated by militias. With journalists, former prisoners, students, and teachers, we build positive youth leadership, good governance, social cohesion, and sustainable development.
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Empowering Communities for Gender Equality and Safety
The story of Sylvie and breaking gender barriers in Bamako.
Youth Talk – Youth Voices for Change
Mali, South Sudan, and the Central African Republic have recently signed peace agreements. However, the negotiations were mainly limited to adult elites. Although they make up the demographic majority, young people in these three countries lack the means to express themselves and participate in the decisions that affect their lives. Yet they have incredible power […]
Fostering resilience and social cohesion in the Sahel
Cross-border areas between Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso face complex security problems and high economic and social vulnerabilities. This shared transhumance area, affected by climate change, runs out of resources, further exacerbating existing tensions within agro-pastoral communities. Populations, therefore, face increasing food and nutrition insecurity amid weakening governance and conflict management systems…