Mahmoud Ali SAKO, Coordinator of the "Jigisemejiri" Program
2020 promises to be a good year. The Jigisemejiri Social Safety Net program, which already operates in more than 130 municipalities, should expand with new funding from the World Bank, its activities in more than 100 new municipalities in Mali.
From July 21 to 24, 2020, information and awareness workshops were held in the various large cities of the regions on the Governmental Emergency Cash Transfer Program and the training of trainers on the updating of RSU data with the RSU Covid-Lite application and implementation strategies for this program throughout the territory. Chaired by the
Friday May 29, 2020, was held in the office of the WFP (World Food Program), a light ceremony of signature of a protocol of collaboration between JIGISEMEJIRI and the WFP jointly chaired by Aliou DIONGUE (DCD-PAM) and Mahmoud Ali SACKO (JIGISEMEJIRI Coordinator)
Following the extension of the program to the circles of Macina and San as well as those of Mopti and Djenné, the Technical Management Unit (UTGFS) of the program jigisemejiri organized regional launch ceremonies October 29 in the governorate of Ségou and October 31 at the regional health department of Mopti. The purpose of these
As every quarter, the national technical committee of the social safety net program Jigisemejiri organized its 18th ordinary session in the city of balanzans on September 26th, 27th and 28th, 2019 in the Kalanblo room of the Savane Motel in Segou. The session was co-chaired by the coordinator of the “Jigisemejiri” program, the Regional Director
After handing over 320 tons of cereals to the people, the head of the government presided over a meeting with the leaders of the circle who discussed problems of water, electricity, insecurity, youth employment For the last stage of his tour in the 5th region, the Prime Minister, Boubou Cissé, was Monday in Youwarou where
The Mali Arid Zone Agricultural Productivity and Diversification Project (PDAZAM) was officially launched on 12 July 2019 in the Kayes region. Here, the program will cover 2,630 households in Diéma, Nioro and Yélimané circles in social cash transfers of 15,000 FCFA per month and 1960 households in productive cash transfer of 250,000 FCFA. The implementation