Projects: Mali

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Youth unemployment in Mali is high. The vast majority of the labour force in Mali is engaged in subsistence farming, but many young people do not see agriculture as a “career choice” that can lead them out of poverty. In fact, many see farming itself as a symbol of poverty and they wish to distance themselves from it. Too often, they remain unemployed when the best opportunity to earn a decent living lies right in front of them: farming as a business.

Vitamin A deficiency is a widespread health challenge in sub-Saharan Africa. Approximately 250,000 to 500,000 malnourished children in […]

Small-scale African farmers are among the most vulnerable to hunger, despite the fact they typically produce 70 per […]

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Since the 1970s, when Farm Radio International was known as the Developing Countries Farm Radio Network, we have […]

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Fighting ‘Witch Weed’ with the Radio in Mali

Striga is a parasitic plant that attaches itself to the roots of host plants, sapping them of nutrients. […]

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From 2007-2010 Farm Radio International, with generous support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, ran one of […]