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Supporting Pastoralism and Agriculture
in Recurrent and Protracted Crises

The West African country is home to 19 million people. Mali relies on agro-pastoralism and farming, with 65 per cent of working Malians employed in agriculture. Its livestock sector is also key to the country’s economy, accounting for around 15 per cent of GDP and 30% of employment. Around 11 per cent of Mali’s population is between 15 and 19.

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Livelihoods and markets in protracted conflict: a review of evidence and practice - Annexes

Supplementary information for the rapid evidence review on livelihoods and markets in protracted conflict. The annexes comprise a compendium of country studies and grids of interventions.

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Ministers urge more collaboration to support pastoralism in the Sahel

Leaders from the Executive Secretariat of the G5 Sahel and Reseau Billital Maroobe (RBM) urge policymakers, practitioners and donors to collaborate more to support pastoralists in the Sahel.