Al-Imdaad Foundation
31 Jan 2013

A young girl is pictured in the M'bere refugee camp near Bassiknou in the Nema region of Southwestern Mauritania. More than 320,000 people have fled their homes in Mali since mid-January, with more than half seeking refuge in neighboring countries.


Mali Crisis 2013

31 Jan 2013

The 2012 Tuareg Rebellion in the West African nation of Mali has seen the country become embroiled in an ongoing power struggle. Led by the National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad (MNLA), this conflict is a war of independence against the Malian government in the Sahara Desert region of Azawad. Following the March 2012 coup d’etat that overthrew Mali’s democratically elected government, Mali is now in the grip of an overlapping security, political and humanitarian crisis, one of the most serious since the landlocked West African country gained independence from France in 1960. On January 11, 2013, former colonial power, France launched military operations against insurgent targets in northern Mali, following a request from the Malian government for help in repelling insurgent advances toward the south. The ongoing political crisis in Mali has severely affected the Malian population. Insecurity in northern Mali has internally displaced over 300,000 people and exacerbated regional food insecurity and poor humanitarian conditions. More than 400,000 Malians have also been forced to find refuge in neighbouring Mauritania, Niger and Burkina Faso. In 2013, 210,000 children in Mali will be at risk of severe acute malnutrition. The current political and military crisis within Mali restricts direct access to the country and thus the Al-Imdaad Foundation, working through an able and established working partner in the region, will respond to Malian refugees that have sought refuge in Mauritania and Burkina Faso. Members of the Al-Imdaad Foundation previously worked within Burkina Faso during Ramadaan 1433/2012 where food programmes were conducted under very difficult circumstances.

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