Aid for Malian Refugees

March 2012, The Health Center of Reference of the Circle of Mopti, Taking the weight of Fatima Maiga, reached five months of severely malnourished and underweight, city of Mopti.
March 2012, The Health Center of Reference of the Circle of Mopti, Taking the weight of Fatima Maiga, reached five months of severely malnourished and underweight, city of Mopti.
UNICEF/MLIA2012-00092/HARANDANE DICKO

Children in Mali: Victims of War

Fighting pervasive poverty and chronic cycles of drought and hunger—the children of northern Mali have already suffered many hardships. Then came the cruelest blow: war.

Schools destroyed. Health centers vandalized. More than 400,000 Malians driven from their homes by violence. The displaced live in camps or rely on overextended host families.

Mali's families and children desperately need your help.

Even in good years, life is a harsh struggle for those living on the vast Sahara's edge. The conflict in Mali has affected nearly 3 million people and comes on the heels of a food crisis that sent malnutrition surging across the Sahel region. War is the final shock in a chain of events that has pushed some of the world's most vulnerable children to the brink. Though control of Mali's north has been restored, the humanitarian situation has only deteriorated.

UNICEF's Emergency Response

Throughout the crisis, UNICEF managed to keep a stream of supplies flowing into Mali's conflict zone by truck and by boat. We have expedited delivery through air shipments and sent surge staff—emergency experts across the country.

 

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