Plan International Mali

Since 1976, Plan International Mali has been working with communities, strategic partners and youth lead organisations to raise awareness about the importance of children’s rights.

We work together with children, young people, supporters and partners to strive for a just world, where we are all equal. To do that we tackle the root causes of the challenges and inequalities that children and young girls face.

At present, our work focuses on vulnerable and excluded children, especially girls, in more than 1,000 communities.

We place emphasis on supporting young people as true agents of change and consider their specific partnership needs.

We also act as a facilitator to initiate community dialogues about the role of young people as active citizens and abandoning harmful practices.

We won’t stop until we are all equal.

Our keys priorities:

  • Protecting children, especially girls, from all forms of violence, abuse, negligence and exploitation.
  • Providing children with access to quality, inclusive and safe education, including during emergencies.
  • Supporting young people to gain key skills and get good jobs.
  • Empowering youth-led organisations to influence policy and transform negative social norms.
  • Providing young people, especially girls, with access to adequate sexual and reproductive health and rights services.

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Where we work

Our address

Bamako Mali,

BP 1598,

Sotuba ACI

+223 44 90 09 56

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