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Mali: Humanitarian Dashboard (as of April 2016)

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SITUATION OVERVIEW

In several regions affected by the conflict in the North and centre of the country, the absence of the administration is limiting people’s access to basic social services. Despite the efforts made by education partners since the beginning of the school year in October 2015, so far 277 schools are still closed in areas where insecurity persists. The UN High Commission for Refugees reports 60 262 Malian refugees in Niger; i.e, an increase of more than 1,500 compared with January 2016. According to the latest Cadre Harmonisé, despite a good agricultural campaign, food insecurity is affecting more than 2 million people in Mali. Nationwide these figures may increase up to 3 million approximately if nothing is done during the lean season (June-August).

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