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    The Coalition of African Alternatives to Debt and Development is a popular social movement under Malian law founded in 2001.

    It brings together nearly one hundred civil society organizations, including farmers’ organizations, women’s and youth groups,trade unions, religious associations (Muslim and Christian) and individuals committed to the cause of the people.

    Its mission is to eradicate the mechanisms that block development, such as the external public debt of the countries of the South, in order to satisfy the basicneeds of human beings (health, education, work) in Mali and the rest of Africa.

    To do this, DAC-Mali conducts advocacy campaigns with political authorities to provide equitable access to basic social services such as education, water, energy, health, etc. These campaigns aim to involve the population in the essential decisions that concern them first, for example by advocating for a referendum on the privatization of a railway company.
    This project aims to promote the equitableparticipation of women, young women and people with disabilities in the management of public affairs in the project’s intervention zones (Ségou, Konodimini, N’Gara, Sébougou, Niono, Sirifila Boundy, Siribala, Kolongo, Macina and Dougabougou). The findings of the DAC-Mali show a lack of political will on thepart of decision-makers to correctly apply Law 052 and other conventions ratified by Mali in relation to the participation and involvement of women, young women and people with disabilities in decision-making bodies. Thus, the DAC-Mali recommends capacity building actions, advocacy and political dialogue at the national and regional levels for the power holders (political, administrative, religious and customary authorities).

    • Organisation

      The Coalition of African Alternatives to Debt and Development is a popular social movement under Malian law founded in 2001.

      It brings together nearly one hundred civil society organizations, including farmers’ organizations, women’s and youth groups,trade unions, religious associations (Muslim and Christian) and individuals committed to the cause of the people.

      Its mission is to eradicate the mechanisms that block development, such as the external public debt of the countries of the South, in order to satisfy the basicneeds of human beings (health, education, work) in Mali and the rest of Africa.

      To do this, DAC-Mali conducts advocacy campaigns with political authorities to provide equitable access to basic social services such as education, water, energy, health, etc. These campaigns aim to involve the population in the essential decisions that concern them first, for example by advocating for a referendum on the privatization of a railway company.
      This project aims to promote the equitableparticipation of women, young women and people with disabilities in the management of public affairs in the project’s intervention zones (Ségou, Konodimini, N’Gara, Sébougou, Niono, Sirifila Boundy, Siribala, Kolongo, Macina and Dougabougou). The findings of the DAC-Mali show a lack of political will on thepart of decision-makers to correctly apply Law 052 and other conventions ratified by Mali in relation to the participation and involvement of women, young women and people with disabilities in decision-making bodies. Thus, the DAC-Mali recommends capacity building actions, advocacy and political dialogue at the national and regional levels for the power holders (political, administrative, religious and customary authorities).

    • Project

      The Coalition of African Alternatives to Debt and Development is a popular social movement under Malian law founded in 2001.

      It brings together nearly one hundred civil society organizations, including farmers’ organizations, women’s and youth groups, trade unions, religious associations (Muslim and Christian) and individuals committed to the cause of the people.

      Its mission is to eradicate the mechanisms that block development, such as the external public debt of the countries of the South, in order to satisfy the basic needs of human beings (health, education, work) in Mali and the rest of Africa.

      To do this, DAC-Mali conducts advocacy campaigns with political authorities to provide equitable access to basic social services such as education, water, energy, health, etc. These campaigns aim to involve the population in the essential decisions that concern them first, for example by advocating for a referendum on the privatization of a railway company.
      This project aims to promote the equitable participation of women, young women and people with disabilities in the management of public affairs in the project’s intervention zones (Ségou, Konodimini, N’Gara, Sébougou, Niono, Sirifila Boundy, Siribala, Kolongo, Macina and Dougabougou). The findings of the DAC-Mali show a lack of political will on thepart of decision-makers to correctly apply Law 052 and other conventions ratified by Mali in relation to the participation and involvement of women, young women and people with disabilities in decision-making bodies. Thus, the DAC-Mali recommends capacity building actions, advocacy and political dialogue at the national and regional levels for the power holders (political, administrative, religious and customary authorities).

  • Project

    The Coalition of African Alternatives to Debt and Development is a popular social movement under Malian law founded in 2001.

    It brings together nearly one hundred civil society organizations, including farmers’ organizations, women’s and youth groups, trade unions, religious associations (Muslim and Christian) and individuals committed to the cause of the people.

    Its mission is to eradicate the mechanisms that block development, such as the external public debt of the countries of the South, in order to satisfy the basic needs of human beings (health, education, work) in Mali and the rest of Africa.

    To do this, DAC-Mali conducts advocacy campaigns with political authorities to provide equitable access to basic social services such as education, water, energy, health, etc. These campaigns aim to involve the population in the essential decisions that concern them first, for example by advocating for a referendum on the privatization of a railway company.
    This project aims to promote the equitable participation of women, young women and people with disabilities in the management of public affairs in the project’s intervention zones (Ségou, Konodimini, N’Gara, Sébougou, Niono, Sirifila Boundy, Siribala, Kolongo, Macina and Dougabougou). The findings of the DAC-Mali show a lack of political will on thepart of decision-makers to correctly apply Law 052 and other conventions ratified by Mali in relation to the participation and involvement of women, young women and people with disabilities in decision-making bodies. Thus, the DAC-Mali recommends capacity building actions, advocacy and political dialogue at the national and regional levels for the power holders (political, administrative, religious and customary authorities).

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