Trends from the Wagner Group’s presence in the Central African Republic could foretell what is to come in Mali—and the outlook is not good for civilians.
National healthcare systems rarely prioritize sexual and reproductive health. This is especially a challenge for displaced women and girls worldwide, including in Mali.
Mali’s protracted conflict, which began with a secessionist movement in 2012, has plunged the country into a humanitarian crisis.
Following a recent coup, Mali’s humanitarian crisis is on the brink of a much darker chapter unless immediate action is taken.
Senior Advocate for West and Central Africa Alexandra Lamarche comments on the United Nations Security Council vote to renew MINUSMA’s mandate for another year.
As governments combat the spread of COVID-19 in the Sahel, an unintended consequence has emerged: worsening food insecurity.
Soaring violence and displacement are taking over much of the Sahel. France, the most influential international player in the region, is failing to use its sway to quell the crisis.
Près de huit ans suite à l’explosion des tensions au Mali, plus de 3.2 millions personnes ont besoin d’aide humanitaire et presque 200,000 sont déplacés dans le pays.
Nearly eight years after longstanding ethnic tensions erupted in Mali, Malians are struggling to find peace.