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USG Support Food Security with Grants

The U.S. Ambassador to Mali chaired a ceremony on May 30 marking the launching of the implementation of 14 grant projects worth $420,000, from the Food for Progress fund, to support food security in Mali. The 14 projects will help to ensure food security in 33 villages in seven regions of Mali and the District ... Read More»

Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Malian Period of Mourning

The U.S. Department of State is issuing this message to inform U.S. citizens that the Government of Mali has declared a three-day mourning period (midnight Thursday through midnight Sunday) in memory of victims of the recent events in Kidal.  The U.S. Embassy has advised its staff to limit overt public displays of unrelated social activities ... Read More»

Security Message for U.S. Citizens Violence in North Mali

In light of escalating violence in northern Mali, the U.S. Embassy in Mali is issuing this security message to remind U.S. citizens of the current Travel Warning for Mali that strongly warns against all travel to the northern parts of the country and along the border with Mauritania.  It also warns U.S. citizens to consider carefully the risks of ... Read More»

Possible Demonstrations

U.S. Embassy Bamako, Mali Security Messages for U.S. Citizens Possible Demonstrations May 19, 2014 The U.S. Embassy is issuing this security message to warn US citizens of the continuing risk of demonstrations in Bamako and throughout Mali in the coming days.  While the US Embassy has no specific information regarding any specific protests planned, the ... Read More»

Violent Protest in Bamako

The U.S. Embassy in Mali is issuing this emergency message to confirm that a violent protest has begun at the Independence Circle in Bamako as of 2100 local time. All Americans are warned to avoid this area until this protest is concluded. We strongly recommend that U.S. citizens traveling to or residing in Mali despite ... Read More»