World Malaria Day: United States and Mali Partner to Defeat Malaria

PRESS RELEASE Bamako, April 25, 2023 This past year, the United States and Mali worked together to provide malaria services that saved lives and supported communities. Investments in malaria prevention and treatment tools, along with the training and equipping of health workers, advanced Mali’s progress against the disease while strengthening the country’s health system. The ... Read More»

Demonstration Alert – Bamako, Mali – January 19, 2023 

Location:     Near Mémorial Modibo Keita and the Monument de l’Indépendance    Event:     Due to celebrations for Malian Armed Forces Day on January 20, 2023, there will likely be an increase in pedestrian and vehicular traffic between Mémorial Modibo Keita and the Monument de l’Indépendance. While the embassy does not have information about planned events, ... Read More»

World Malaria Day: United States and Mali Advance the Fight Against Malaria

April 25, 2022 On World Malaria Day, the United States and Mali have much to celebrate in our successes against this deadly disease, and we reaffirm our commitment to continue this work with our Malian partners. This past year, the United States and Mali continued to advance the fight against malaria, despite immense challenges posed ... Read More»

Mali National Day Message

United States Department of State Washington, D.C. 20520 Statement by Secretary Pompeo   September 22, 2020 On behalf of the United States Government and the American people, I congratulate the people of Mali on the 60th anniversary of your independence. On this day, we reflect on the aspirations of all Malians for a better future. ... Read More»
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