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Mali

Mali

In 2000, MAP met Sister Anne-Marie Salomon. In addition to following a religious calling, she trained and completed studies in medicine to make herself even more useful. She asked us for only FF 5,000 to purchase syringes and medicine. Her devotion and big heart inspired us to offer more. We financed the creation of a small bush dispensary augmented by a few classrooms.

In 2002, we built the "Princess Grace Clinic" at Tébérent. Some years later, we built the Tébérent school for 100 children next door. We also drilled a well, which allowed, among other things, the development of a canteen and a vegetable garden to feed the students. In Mopti , a shed was turned over to the Women's Association of Mopti to create a kitchen/diner and clothing store that pay for themselves through the work of these women.

From 2012 onwards, due to political instability in Northern Mali, Sister Salomon will remain in Bamako from where she will run the Nomads' Hospital and the dispensaries through the nurses trained by herself. MAP will continue to support her with funds for the training of caregivers, for the purchase of medicines and food for the hospital and the 6 health centers, as well for school supplies for the 4 bush schools.

Sister Salomon came almost every year to Monaco to keep us informed of the situation in Mali. MAP organized dinners-conferences of S. Salomon with members and friends of the association.

Responsible(s)

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Soeur Anne-Marie Salomon

Recent activities

2015 - 2017
  • Sister Salomon continues in Bamako, she is in permanent contact with her team which works at the Nomads' Hospital and in the bush dispensaries.
  • In 2015 and 2016, MAP continued funding medicines and food. 9,200€ and 10,000€
  • 2017, in march, conference dinner with Sister Salomon in Monaco, Financial support for medicine, food, studies of a male nurse and the digging of a well. 13,500€
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