For further



A movie

Timbuktu

Abderrahmane Sissako’s film, released in 2014, recounts the daily life of the Malian populations living under the jihadist yoke in the north of the country. A life made of permanent fear, aberrant shackles, barbaric condemnations. And yet, and this is the tour de force of this work, all is not gloomy. Real outbursts of humanism run through this work, which was widely hailed when it was released, being both awarded (at Cannes and at the Césars) and nominated (at the Oscars).

On VOD (CanalVOD, UniversCiné…)

Two podcasts

“Mali: the myth of the good coup d’état”

It is a plunge into Malian political life, a country that has seen a succession of nine presidents since its independence in 1958, of which only three are democratically elected.

“World culture” on franceculture.fr and podcast platforms

“Sahel: the stalemate in the fight against terrorism”

To better understand the geopolitical issues behind our military presence in the Sahelian zone. But also, and above all, our inability to stabilize a region bordering the abyss.

“World culture” on franceculture.fr and podcast platforms

A mission

The Chain of Hope

Since its creation in 1994, La Chaîne de l’Espoir has operated on more than 4,600 children in 28 countries around the world. Each year, it undertakes several humanitarian missions in favor of children victims of facial deformities in Mali. There, it acts with the support of the French Development Agency (AFD). In the field, these interventions are carried out in collaboration with the Malian NGO New Face as well as with the Swiss organization Ensemble pour les.

It is possible to act alongside La Chaîne de l’Espoir by becoming a foster family for foreign children requiring surgery in France, by offering its services as medical staff or by means of a donation. .

chainedelespoir.org

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