Demonstration Alert – U.S. Embassy, Bamako, Mali – August 3, 2022 

Location: Palais de la Culture Event:  The movement “Yerewolo Standing on the Ramparts’’ is calling for a mass demonstration at 1400 on Friday, August 5, 2022, at the Palais de la Culture to demand MINUSMA’s departure from Mali. Demonstrations sometimes turn violent, resulting in the burning of tires, clashes with the police, blockage on the ... Read More»

U.S. Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation Archeological Inventory Project Opens in Bamako

On January 6, Ambassador Dennis Hankins and Mali’s Ministry of Culture’s National Directorate of Cultural Patrimony (DNCP) launched a week-long technical training for 35 Malian archeologists and specialized technicians. The training began the first stage of a program that will create the first ever “Inventory of Mali’s Archeological Heritage” and will document location sites for ... Read More»

U.S. Embassy in Mali Supports International Photography Festival “Bamako Encounters”

On November 30, Ambassador Dennis Hankins attended the opening ceremony of Bamako Encounters, an internationally renowned photography festival showcasing exhibitions of contemporary photographers from across Africa and the diaspora. The biennial event creates an opportunity for dialogue between the continent and its diaspora dispersed throughout the world, including the United States. It promotes a shared ... Read More»

Malian Youth Volunteering to Increase Cooperation and Social Cohesion in Timbuktu 

U.S. Embassy’s partner i4Africa implemented the Festival Alafia 2019 in Dangha, Timbuktu, from February 12-14. This event was organized with the mentoring of i4Africa by a consortium of young volunteers who built the agenda of the festival around the need for social cohesion and to heal the growing divisions in their community.  Through this experience, young people ... Read More»

Ambassador Folmsbee Opens USAID Education Emergency Support Activity

Ambassador Folmsbee visited the city of Ségou (Balanzans City) and met the governor of the region.  He and the Minister of Education Barthelemy Togo launched a nine billion FCFA USAID / EESA (Education Emergency Support Activity) project to support education in emergency situations.  This project provides equitable access to education services for children affected by ... Read More»
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