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- Mali: “Real climate of fear and insecurity in country’s north and centre,” says expert
- Sahel Crisis: Population Movement (September 2018)
- Mali Humanitarian Bulletin July - August 2018
- US$100 million funding programme between Education Above All and ISFD announced in a ground-breaking move to tackle global education crisis – Mali the first to benefit
- Sahel: Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, the Niger and Senegal Regional overview – October 2018
By Katarina Hoije
BAMAKO — Recent clashes in northern and central Mali are hampering the deployment of humanitarian assistance, leaving vulnerable populations with limited or no access to health care, food, water and shelter.
While non-governmental organizations, or NGOs, can access most areas, banditry and continued attacks on roads slow down operations while posing a threat to humanitarian staff, says Badjougue Dambele, humanitarian coordinator for Oxfam.
May 05, 2016 11:57 AM
Another door may be closing for Syrians fleeing the conflict in their country, this time in Africa.Mauritania was one of the last countries allowing free entry to Syrians. But in February, it too began demanding visas as officials in North Africa and the Sahel try to stem the flow of migrants and refugees traveling across the Sahara in hopes of reaching Europe.