In Mali, we are trying to strengthen the capacities of municipal and national actors in order to facilitate the sustainability and large-scale implementation of improved and decentralized sanitation services in our areas of intervention and thus contribute to the strengthening of social structures in particularly vulnerable urban areas in order to make cities sustainable.
We strengthen the agricultural production means of CBOs for sustainable production and resilience to the effects of climate change (PIV, PPM, LAE, Bourgou, training and IEC for the environment). We also support women and youth in their financial empowerment. We provide food assistance to alleviate the suffering of vulnerable households (displaced persons, refugees).
Area of intervention: Bamako, Timbuktu, Bandiagara, Ségou, Bougouni, Kita and Dioila
Our approach: We provide appropriate technology adapted to sanitation management with strong community involvement. We also work to strengthen the local capacities of vulnerable populations to improve sustainable living conditions.
Beneficiaries: Our beneficiaries are disadvantaged communities in urban and peri-urban areas as well as rural communities with particular vulnerabilities due to climate change impact and civil conflicts. Our project implementation partners are municipalities, relevant ministries, Malian and international civil society organisations (CSO), private companies and country-level technical working groups.
Partners: We work in partnership with municipalities, local NGOs (RLD, ADAZ, HDS), the State (Ministry of MEADD) and decentralized service, DNUH (National Directorate of Urban Planning and Housing), DNH (National Directorate of Hydraulics), ANGESEM, DNACPN, WASH platforms, and other stakeholders.
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