The work of the MCI in Bamako made significant progress, but was unfortunately hampered by the political instability in the capital and the tragic violence in northern Mali. Focusing on health, education, gender equality and water / sanitation issues, MCI published its public health needs assessment for Bamako and presented its research in the other three sectors at a workshop in early 2012 when a wide range of urban actors gathered their key ones Determine development priorities for the city, which in turn feeds into an integrated development strategy of the MCI. MCI also worked with the city authorities to develop a three-year strategy to solve water and sanitation problems in Bamakos Municipality 5 and ways to fund work in the sector. The coup was just happening as MCI was preparing a round table for donors to help the city mobilize funding to implement these plans.
All related research publications on Bamako can be found at: Bamako Research
Akure Research Bamako Population Data