Belgium has been partnering with Mali for more than thirty years. Enabel contributed to sustainable and inclusive growth and boosting the employment rate. We helped rebuild the state, promoted peace and security and helped reduce poverty.
Mali’s decentralisation policy transfers more responsibilities and resources to local authorities. This process is crucial to lay the foundations for democracy and local development and to reduce poverty.
Belgium’s support focuses on livestock breeding and pisciculture. Pastoral stock plays an important role in Mali’s economy and in the fight against food insecurity. We aim to improve the genetic pool of local stock breeds, support the technical management of the herds, foster access to pastoral resources and promote animal products.
Contact the Enabel team in Mali
Quartier du fleuve
Immeuble Sanlam, Boulevard du 22 octobre 1946
BPE 4804 Bamako
T +223 20 23 96 42 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Resident Representative: Johan Schoors
News & Events
01 June 2023
Brussels Urban Summit 2023
Enabel and its partners VVSG, Brulocalis and Echo Communication are pleased to invite you to the workshop ‘Engaging citizens within cities in transition’.
15 May 2023
Co-creating innovative skills development solutions
With increasing EU investments in Africa, national economies can create more jobs and alleviate poverty at the local level. Enabel collaborates with the British Council, Expertise France, GIZ, and LuxDev to implement VET Toolbox.
08 May 2023
Thirsting for a global solution to water management
Enabel, VITO and the DGD organised a conference showcasing the catalytic role of water as a risk but also as a solution in regard to climate change.
08 May 2023
Innovation and digitisation, drivers to reform the Administration
In Morocco, Enabel assists civil servants in the public administration in strengthening their digital skills.
31 May 2023
Pigs do fly as boar semen takes to the skies in Rwanda
An Enabel-supported project in Rwanda that uses drones to deliver pig semen to vets throughout the country brings new meaning to the saying, Pigs might fly.
24 April 2023
#EnablingChange: 2022 – 2023 Activity report
The 2022-2023 Activity Report brings a closer look at some of the topics, events, achievements and ideas that received special attention in 2022. We look back on an exciting year, which already contains the seeds of a future that is at least as interesting.