Mali is one of the poorest countries in the world and has been going through a deep socio-political crisis since 2012 affecting 12.9 million people, especially in the northern and central regions of the country where we are present. More than 1,300 schools are currently closed, depriving thousands of children of access to education.
We work in support of the most vulnerable sections of the population to ensure food security, child protection and access to education in the regions most affected by the crisis.
We support both internally displaced people and host communities through the creation of social safety nets and economic support for the poorest families. By creating child-friendly spaces and access to education, we guarantee the right to education and a safe place for as many students as possible.