UNICEF thanks all partners working to ensure the rights and wellbeing of children in Mali
UNICEF believes that it is only through strong, trusted partnerships and a common vision of a better world for children that sustainable results for Mali’s most vulnerable children can be achieved.
UNICEF works hand in hand with the Government of Mali to protect and promote the rights and wellbeing of children in Mali. UNICEF's partners in Mali include: government ministries and national, regional and local directorates; other United Nations agencies and programmes (FAO, ILO, IOM, OCHA, UNESCO, UNFPA, UN Women, WFP, WHO); bilateral and multilateral donors including Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, DFID, the European Union, France, GAVI, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, the Republic of Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USAID, international and local non-governmental organizations, and civil society organizations.
UNICEF in Mali has also been exploring engagement with private sector partners to help foster innovation, explore technology-based solutions to improve monitoring in hard-to-reach areas of Mali, and support young Malian entrepreneurs to co-create innovative solutions for children.