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My Mali: From Malick Sidibé to the Peace Corps to a coup d'état
Transcript of My Mali: From Malick Sidibé to the Peace Corps to a coup d'état
Graduate school! Christmas Eve, 1963 Malick Sidibe 2011-2012 2010 January 2009 July 2008 Fall 2007 August 2010 2007-2010 Senior thesis,
Applied for PC Moved
to Mali! Mom came
to visit! Moved to Bamako for my 3rd year Met Abdoulaye! October 2010 February 2011 Decided I wanted
to stick around!
(Grad school/Fulbright) October 2011 Moms to Mali, Engaged! February 2012 Started school,
back to Mali April 2012 Left Mali, visited Ghana and Guinea, back to the US April 2007 President Toure wins a
second five-year term
in elections.* *source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-13881978 December 2008 At least 20 people are killed
and several taken hostage in
an attack by Tuareg rebels on
a military base in northern Mali. After the end of the uprising in Libya, large numbers of Tuareg, who had fought for Muammar Gaddafi in the Libyan civil war, return to their home country, many heavily armed. The Tuareg rebellion is reignited in northern Mali, with the aim of establishing an independent Tuareg state called Azawad.* *http://www.aljazeera.com/news/africa/2012/03/2012322111037483270.html January 2012 March 21/22, 2012 Fears of new Tuareg rebellion following attacks on northern towns which prompt civilians to flee into Mauritania.* *http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-13881978 Military officers depose President Toure ahead of the April presidential elections, accusing him of failing to deasl effectively with the Tuareg rebellion. West African leaders' efforts to assess the situation stall, and the African Union suspends Mali. May 2012 The junta reasserts control after an alleged coup attempt by supporters of ousted President Toure in Bamako. The al-Qaeda-affiliated Ansar Dine Tuareg group is reported to destroy a Muslim shrine in Timbuktu, prompted fears from UNESCO that the city's ancient mosques are in danger. Where Volunteers Serve
Latin America: 24%
Eastern Europe/Central Asia: 18%
The Caribbean: 4%
North Africa/Middle East: 3%
Pacific Islands: 3% Volunteers by Work Area
Health & HIV/AIDS: 23%
Business Development: 12%
Youth Development: 5%
Other: 4%* http://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=about.fastfacts Current number
and Trainees: 9,095 Total number
and trainees to date:
Total number of
139 [source:] http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2010/feb/27/malick-sidibe-mali-photographs-interview Moringa
Cereal Bank Coup d'etat in Mali http://www.hausa.rfi.fr/afrika/20120330-gwamnatin-mulkin-soajn-mali-ta-nemi-taimakon-yakan-yan-tawayen-azbinawa Tough times ahead for Mali... 2012-2013 July 7, 2013 January 2013 French troops deploy to Mali to combat rebels Presidential Elections scheduled March 2013 UN decides to send peacekeeping forces to Mali in July 2013