What is the Problem in Mali?
A major humanitarian crisis that has 5.7 million people in dire need of humanitarian assistance. Of these, 2.18 million are children. The conflict, predominantly pits the Fulani against the Dogon ethnic communities. The conflict has spread from northern to central Mali. World Vision continues responding with life-saving interventions. Also adversely affected are: Mali, Burkina Faso and western Niger.
World Vision Providing Safety for Women through Water
Doussou and the women of her community were once victims of unimaginable peril in their search for water. Now they have access to clean water right at their doorsteps.
Eco-Agriculture contributing to community peace
“Before the savings groups, most of the women couldn’t even sit in the same place together. The strain on resources put a lot of social strain on our community.”
Who We Are - WASH
We say water is life and World Vision is committed to making sure all families and children, especially the most vulnerable, have access to safe drinking water.
In Mali, World Vision uses a community-based approach. Our teams work closely with children, households, communities, local authorities and partners. We listen to families, understand their issues and empower communities with skills and resources that bring lasting change for children. We also continue to work with communities in the conflict-ridden central and northern parts of the country, contributing to social cohesion and building peace to ensure child protection.
We serve the most vulnerable children and families through a multi-sector programmatic approach focused on: health and nutrition, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, education and life skills, food security and resilience, advocacy, and child protection and participation.
Conflict threatens the future of thousands of children
Conflict in Central Mali threatens the lives of thousands of children in Mali
It Takes a World to End Child Marriage
The Faces of a Crisis
General insecurity has grown in the central part of Mali, spilling ove from conflict in the north. All too often in such crises, the people most affected and those working to make a difference are often lost in the enormity of it all. We must not forget them, we must see the faces of this crisis.
It Takes a World
We are working in communities all over Mali, with children, religious leaders and governments, to tackle the root cause of child marriage in Mali.