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PP46: Food, health, poverty, water: How Malian citizens prioritize problems and the Sustainable Development Goals Food, health, poverty, water: How Malian citizens prioritize problems and the Sustainable Development Goals. Read more
Mali summary of results (2017) Afrobarometer Round 7: Survey in Mali, 2017 Read more
AD190: Impacts et séquelles de la crise au Mali: psychologiques, économiques, et tenaces La crise au Mali: Citoyens décrivent des impacts psychologiques, économiques – et tenaces Read more
AD166: In Mali, citizens’ access to justice compromised by perceived bias, corruption, complexity Malians’ access to legal system severely compromised by perceived bias, corruption, complexity. Read more
AD106: Malgré un recul de pauvreté vécue au Mali, les conditions de vie restent à améliorer La majorité des Maliens jugent que leurs conditions de vie sont mauvaises, même si la pauvreté vécue par certaines couches de la population semble avoir légèrement reculée, selon la dernière enquête d’Afrobaromètre. Read more
Mali Round 6 summary of results (2014) Summary of results for the Round 6 survey in Mali. Read more
WP155: On the primacy of weak public service provision in rural Africa: Malians redefine ‘state breakdown’ amidst 2012 political crisis In 2012, Mali faced a dual state breakdown disrupting nearly 20 years of democratization – a coup and a secessionist insurgency. This paper provides the perspectives of rural Malians living on the border of state- and rebel-controlled territory. Read more
Malians Seek Accountability, National Trial for Wrongdoers in Conflict Malians Seek Accountability, National Trial for Wrongdoers in Conflict (Round 5.5) Read more
PP13: Malians want a united country, post-conflict justice According to an Afrobarometer survey conducted in December 2013 with over 2400 respondents, the vast majority of Malians stress that their country must remain a single, unified nation. Citizens decisively reject the 2012 attempt by armed groups to create... Read more
PP12: Malian democracy recovering - Military rule still admired Democracy, in the famous words of the British politician Winston Churchill, “is the worst form of government, except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time.” After experiencing a twin crisis of separatist rebellion and a... Read more

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