Mali health situation reports
Implementation report on the health activities
In the complex humanitarian crisis, which has had serious consequences for the population of Mali, the WHO Representatives Office implemented a set of Health Cluster actions. These interventions strengthened the capacity of the office and the coordination of health partners. The activities have improved access to health care in the northern and central regions of Mali and ensured disease-control. The morbidity and mortality has reduced and lives has been saved during the crisis. These are the first steps towards early rehabilitation of the health system.
4 May 2013
18 April 2013
Health response to the crisis in Mali
Health Cluster partners require US$ 29 million to address the health needs of the population affected by the crisis in Mali in 2013, of which US$ 12 million are urgently needed for priority activities in the next six months
13 February 2013
WHO's work in emergencies: Humanitarian crisis in Mali
Presentation of the situation in Mali by Dr. Michel Yao, Senior Health Adviser, Department of Emergency Risk Management and Humanitarian Response.
26 September 2012
Mali is faced with a major nutritional, humanitarian and security crisis. The resilience of the population has been undermined by waves of displacement and serious food shortages. An estimated 4.6 million people are at risk of food insecurity. From the beginning of the year to 30 September, 219 cases of cholera, which include 19 deaths have been recorded in Northern Mali (8.67% fatality rate). The health centers in Northern Mali don’t have regular provision in medicine. In Southern Mali the health centers are struggling to provide appropriate health services and manage the medical complications related to severe malnutrition.
31 August 2014
10 July 2014
2 July 2014