Dear SlaFMig readers, After a few months of absence, the SlaFMig/EMiFo action-research program is back to share with you the latest activities! On the research front, the members of the Donkosira association have been the most active. First of all, they participated in a qualitative research training with researchers Marie-Christine Deleigne and Marie Rodet in May 2022. On this occasion,
From May 16 to 20, a training session on qualitative research methods was held in Bamako for members of the Donkosira association. Supervised by Dr. Marie-Christine Deleigne and Dr. Marie Rodet, this meeting aimed to strengthen the skills of the Donkosira team in order to conduct the qualitative component of the socio-economic survey in Mambiri. Intrinsically participatory, the training began
The Donkosira team is back in Mambiri to continue the qualitative part of the socio-economic survey! On this occasion, they handed over the preliminary results of the quantitative survey to the governor of Kita, the prefect, the village chief and the president of the women’s association of Mambiri.
After a first theatrical tour last August in the regions of Kayes and Nioro, the second part of the tour against slavery, for living together and for peace began on Friday 12 November 2021 in the Kita region. On arrival in Kita, the Donkosira team and the theatre group visited the regional authorities and supervised the setting up of the
In August 2021, during a visit to Mali, Marie Rodet and Marie-Christine Deleigne visited the village of Mambiri, where a socio-economic survey of the situation of the displaced people and the people hosting them is currently being conducted. Mambiri, a village located about 80 km north of Kita in Western Mali, has hosted more than 1,500 displaced people fleeing the
Dear colleagues, We are pleased to present here the second newsletter of our EMiFo project, with some updates on its progress over the last 6 weeks. The research team has continued to publish online texts and articles to raise awareness about the fight against descent-based slavery in Mali (article on the Africa Is a Country website) and to explain the