Can Mali Grow More Resilient Amid Climate Change, Conflict?
Devastating drought combined with unpredictably heavy rains has wiped out agricultural livelihoods.
ISS, 30 May 2016
Wrapped in a purple boubou (robe), Salou Moussa Maïga, 60, sits with his hands clasped between his knees and explains how climate change has fuelled violent conflict in… Read more »
Climate change has meant an increased frequency of drought cycles across the Sahel (file photo).
Deutsche Welle, 22 January 2016
The UN says the humanitarian and security situation in northern Mali remains very complex and the Malian government is struggling to implement a peace deal with separatist Tuareg… Read more »
PR Newswire, 9 July 2015
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, today announced that IFC InfraVentures, the global infrastructure project development fund, and Scatec Solar, an integrated independent power… Read more »
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 14 May 2015
Dust blows through the dry fields of Djimebougou village of central Mali as a dozen men, some in ripped jeans and others in traditional robes, dig into hard-packed sand to… Read more »
Al Jazeera, 27 April 2015
Life has never been easy in Moussa Majga's corner of northern Mali, a desert region of leafless trees, mud huts, and roaming gunmen. Read more »
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 2 April 2015
The Malian government and a U.N. agency plan to try to revive farming in the desert northern region, which has been badly hit by drought and conflict, and have pledged $5 million… Read more »
FAO, 1 April 2015
33,000 families to benefit from new agricultural production rehabilitation programme - World Bank supporting activities Read more »