U.S. Embassy’s “Muso” Program Promotes Women’s Entrepreneurship during November’s Entrepreneurship Month

November is Global Entrepreneurship Month. Entrepreneurship is vital to the vibrancy of the U.S. economy, and we see promoting entrepreneurship around the world as a key part of sharing that prosperity and innovation. The American Center in Bamako hosted seventeen women and girls at the U.S. Embassy to discuss women’s entrepreneurship and its benefits for ...
Read More»

U.S. Embassy in Mali Celebrates Global Entrepreneurship Week

The lack of access to finance is one of the major barriers facing women entrepreneurs in marginalized communities across the world. When a woman wants to start or grow her own business, the odds of securing a business loan are heavily stacked against her. To mark Global Entrepreneurship Week, celebrated in November, the Embassy of ...
Read More»

Call for Application SUSI 2019

 The U.S. Embassy in Mali is seeking to recruit qualified Malian students for the Study of the U.S. Institutes for Student Leaders on Social Entrepreneurship 2019 (SUSI). All interested candidates please read the Eligibility Requirements and, if you meet them, apply!  Blank-application form for students Blank application form for Educators Blank application form for Scholars Download the application forms. Fill it out, and attach the document to your email and send to  bamakoscholarships@state.gov   No Later Than January ...
Read More»

Call for Applications

As part of the ECNOC / ECOWAS project on gender mainstreaming in a climate resilient energy system in West Africa, ECREEE, CRTC and PFAN are launching, through the US Embassy in Mali , a call for applications for projects. Women-owned businesses with clean energy solutions that will contribute to the economic empowerment of women in ...
Read More»

International Exhibition of Agriculture in Bamako (SIAGRI), 6th Edition

The U.S. Embassy’s Deputy Chief of Mission, Andrew Young attended the 6th edition of the International Exhibition of Agriculture in Bamako (SIAGRI).  He visited the stands of Malian women entrepreneurs who exhibited their agricultural products.  He also took the opportunity to learn more about the use of American “John Deere” tractors in the agricultural sector ...
Read More»
Show More ∨