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.
The first cash transfers intended for 7,563 women from the Epargne pour le changer (EPC) groups in the regions of Koulikoro, Sikasso, Ségou and the District of Bamako (in Commune III) were made last Thursday. The ceremony was chaired by the National Director of Social Protection and Solidarity Economy (DNPSES), Mohamed Bassirou Traoré at the
As part of the assistance to vulnerable people affected by the economic consequences of Covid-19, the government of Mali has just kept its promise of assistance with an envelope of support for affected households. The first beneficiary of this fund, Fousseyni Coulibaly, received his envelope last Monday in the city hall from the chief of
We announced to you, in our edition N ° 5487 of Monday January 17, 2021, that the operation of financial subsidies to poor and vulnerable households still held and even that the payment of said subsidies could begin on Monday January 18, 2021. Well, as is ‘he had promised, the Government of Mali proceeded, this
This assistance operation, the launching ceremony of which was chaired by the Chief of Staff of the Ministry of the Economy and Finance Mr. Fassery Doumbia, consists of providing financial assistance in the amount of 90,000 FCFA to each poor household. , vulnerable in order to mitigate the economic and social impacts of the Covid-19
It will reach a million households, each of which will benefit from 90,000 of our francs, from a single cash transfer When positive cases of COVID-19 were declared in our country, the President of the Republic at the time announced certain measures to mitigate the effects of this pandemic on the population. It is in
The Jigisemejiri Social Safety Net Program plans to make cash transfer payments in all regions of Mali through additional funding 2 from the World Bank and the availability of resources from the Government Social Safety Net Project (PGFS). So decided by the 15th session of the national steering committee. The administrators met yesterday for this