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"bamako" Discussed on WBUR
"By them. 9 years after French troops were sent to Mali to fight Islamist militants, president Macron has withdrawn his forces, so what happens now? Joan Seagal is director of research for the African center for strategic studies at the national defense university in Washington, D.C., U.S., and he's been speaking to charmaine cozier for our program the inquiry. Is the thought that this could be turning into another Afghanistan after the U.S. troops left. These are far fetched idea. I don't think it is far fetched. That was always considered an unlikely scenario up until a few months ago. But as the security situation has continued to deteriorate, it's becoming more and more probable outcome. Just this year, we've seen nearly a dozen jihadist attacks within a 150 kilometers of Bamako. That was something we saw very rarely in previous years. Joseph L says when it comes to the outlook for Mali, there are three ways that things might go. The first scenario is more of the same where there's a continued deterioration of the security situation. And eventual deterioration and fragmentation of the state in Mali and the eventual teasing of control by the jihadist of Bamako. That could happen suddenly. And so I think that is a real prospect in the near to midterm future. Scenario two involves another change of leadership. Other military actors who see what's going on and haven't supported the coup, they stepped in and push out the junta and
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"bamako" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Agreement will bring relief to countries on the edge of bankruptcy, and to people staggering under high food prices, said UN secretary general Antonio Guterres. Today, there is a Beacon on the Black Sea. A Beacon of hope, but senior UN officials cautioned that this deal, however important for food security does not necessarily bring the end of the war any closer. Peter kenyon and beer news Istanbul. No relief for tens of millions of people across the U.S. have been experiencing intense heat, and will continue to do so through the weekend and peers Amy hill tells us stifling temperatures are forecast from the southwest to the northeast, which could see records broken in Brooklyn, New York, Lucy rosales sums it up. People going crazy, one of a lot of beach a pool. You can't stay in the blast. It's too hot. Too hot from Phoenix, Arizona with a high of 112° forecast today to D.C. Philadelphia and Boston all under heat emergencies through the weekend. In Texas, it's been bad for weeks, so has anxiety over an energy grid straining to keep up. This week, Dallas county reported a woman with underlying health conditions, died from the heat, so did a police officer in central Louisiana last weekend. Heat is the deadliest of all weather related fatalities amid worldwide weather extremes driven by climate change, scientists say heat waves are growing more frequent and intense. Amy held and PR news. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is down more than 200 points or more than half a percent. This is NPR news. Heavy gunfire has been reported today in the capital of the West African nation of Mali. The gunfire was at the main military base outside Bamako, ishma fundi qua reports residents of the base believe Islamist militants may be responsible. The attack reportedly lasted for an hour and the army says it is now in full control of the base, Mali has suffered instability since 2012 when two Eric separatists took up arms against the government, Islamist militants joined in later. The current military government took power in a coup, the latest in a series in 2021, and has been at odds with fellow West African countries over a timetable for a return to civilian rule. The U.S. embassy in Bamako has instructed U.S. government employees and other Americans in the capital to shelter in place until further notice for NPR news are in Harare. In Chicago, health officials say they're expecting roughly 15,000 more doses of monkeypox vaccine as early as tomorrow. Chicago public health commissioner doctor Allison are what he said at today's briefing that the city is an epicenter of the outbreak in the United States which has recorded 2500 cases in 46 states. This is definitely an undercount, and this is part of why we want to encourage people to get tested. Doctor wadi says people infected with the virus can develop flu like symptoms and a rash or blisters. I'm Lakshmi Singh, NPR news, in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include duck duck go,
"bamako" Discussed on Available Worldwide
"The foreign service nationals improve their English language skills and I have results. I have proven results. People going from level two to three, three to four. Applying to higher level positions even have we were talking about Bamako Mali. There is a gardener there who, well, let's just say he was a gardener because after going through the classes for a year, he tested at a higher level and now he's a chauffeur. He's an embassy driver. I mean, it's life-changing. As you know, you probably have to raise your helping people with their English levels and it helps. So I've had some pushback and I'm really surprised, but before I should rewind and say, before I actually took positions, I had to unregister if that's a name, if that's a word. I had to unregister myself from the FS FRC and then it was a little better, but still, I would get an occasional nasty email saying, you know, what are you reaching out to me? I thought, well, goodness. Don't people want to help their Netflix? Yeah, and I know it's so hard to navigate that running in EFM business is because you're in a very unique circumstance. Like you said, being in a country and a diplomatic Visa, being associated with the foreign service, and you're trying to navigate that and I mean, it's rough because not only does you not necessarily get any support on figuring out how to do it legally, but then when you make a misstep, right? They come for you and you're like, I was trying to do everything right. I was trying to do everything. They do come before. We do everything right. Yeah. So let's pivot a little bit from the challenges to the successes. So what has been a success for you? Maybe an external success or maybe just something internal, well you felt like, wow, I really grown in this area and really nailed this..
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"bamako" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Can help you contact us at UBS dot com. Following a coup in 2020, the West African nation of Mali was meant to hold elections in February, but the military transitional government has now said the poll will only take place in December 2025. Angering not just malians, but the 15 state regional block, the economic community of West African states, or eco was. Well, joining me to discuss further is Paul mellie, who is associate fellow an expert on francophone Africa at chatham House. Paul, welcome to the program. I wonder if you can recap what's happened since 2020 during which time there's been not one but two coups. Well, basically, Molly's been in crisis for pretty much a decade now. So the government, the civilian government that was in place before, was democratically elected, but was struggling to overcome the continuing activity of jihadist terrorist groups in the north of the country. And quite a lot of intercommunal violence. But the government was also weighed down by accusations of corruption. And then in the first months of 2020, there were parliamentary elections and the government accused not so much of rigging the whole poll, but manipulating the results after it had suffered some heavy losses, particularly in Bamako, the capital. And there were a whole series of mass protests followed. And then a group of military officers in August 2020 staged a coup claiming that they were going to put Mali back on the rails of good governance, democracy. They wanted also they insisted to continue cooperating very closely with the international community. And that, in particular, means ECOWAS, the as it were West African equivalents of the European Union and the group of the G 5, the group of Sahel countries, some of them are members. In other words, the country's facing the same problems as Marty climate change, the risk of jihadist terrorism and so on with whom it has a military alliance. And at first the soldiers were very strong on this cooperative approach. And in negotiations with their COAS and agreement was reached on a transition to go back to civilian rule and restore democracy with elections in basically February and March of this year. But then the military at the soldiers at the heart of the coup became impatient. They were under a lot of pressure from ECOWAS to a set of a government that was civilian led, which they did do, but they became frustrated because they felt that the civilians were increasingly leading the show, if you like. And so colonel assimi goita, the coup leader, from August 2020 stage, this second puts to as it were established himself as the dominant figure and the soldiers of the dominant figures in May of last year, 2021. So it's a complicated saga, but what really has sort of come out of it is a reluctance of the military and their political supporters who tend to come from us really rather vocal nationalist wing, radical nationalist wing of Malian politics to comply with the conditions set by ECOWAS, which is universally backed by the UN, the African Union, the EU and everybody else has, if you like the legitimate voice of the international community. So that's been this sort of prolonged saga that led Mali gradually into a position of ever greater isolation than the military soldiers most recently in recent months decided to step up military cooperation with Russia, which of course upset France and the Europeans who have provided a lot of troops to help in the fight against the jihadists. And finally came this, the military organized a sort of consultation process over the political road map, claiming that the February deadline was too early, but no one was expecting them to set this election timetable of parliamentary elections in 2025 and at presidential election not until 2026. So why have they done that? That is the bit we don't quite know. And when I say that, of course, we don't know inside the sort of private mindset of the military and their political allies. But there's speculation that either this is an opening bargaining bed in that they know that that they always knew that 5 years transition would be completely unacceptable to ECOWAS. And that very quickly, they'll come down to 18 months, two years, one year. The other is that they basically fundamentally the people in charging Bamako don't really have any intention of returning to the old political system and giving up power. And within their own group, they may be divided because common sense would suggest that if you had they stuck to the original transition plan and then haggled for a small prolongation, if you like, the road was open for Mali to continue to enjoy a lot of international support and for the current transitional government led by the leader dominated really by the coulee that assimilator and his close coterie to perhaps be seen as people who had helped to stabilize Mali return it to some sort of more organized and less corrupt government. And then after they'd handed over power to a new elected civilian government in clean elections, that would have given them as it were a career path if you like to going into a national peacekeeping government jobs, African Union position, et cetera, et cetera. Now, we know, of course, that ica was has responded to this by slapping sanctions on Mali. But I wonder if this is also a test for eco was itself. In the last 18 months, there have been four coups in western Central Africa. Does the block need to show that it can and will protect democracy? Well, this is the challenge. And that's why, at a summit on Sunday, it could was imposed really very, very heavy sanctions. Essentially it's.
"bamako" Discussed on UN News
"This song is used to tell them if they accept this to tell them how we have to live together. That's the message we have to live together. Yeah. So this is why when they ask me to do this song, I guess, say, okay, yes, because I need to give my own message in these people. And it's very important for me to do this, you know. Because you're known as the Hendrix of the Sahel, is that right? What do you think about that mantle? That's quite a lot of pressure. Yeah. But you have to know sometimes to having inspiration to having something to do correctly. I need to play this music first. Let's get this out of music gonna give me when and what I have to say. You know, it's a host coming. So when I'm starting to bring and doing the music first and every morning, when I come to the studio, I'm just listening to this music. And I asked myself, what are you going to tell them? What are they going to do with this music? What they want to know, what they want to listen. But I mean, is the situation such that it just weighs on your mind every day? Describe the day to today for people in Mali. You know, here it's like every day everybody just jumped me into Facebook and all the stuff to see and what's happened now. We are always like here we say we slip, wait one eye is one a used to eat here, you know, with one eye opening. It's open. Because we never know what's going to happen. We never know. That's no way to live, huh? Well, you know, before I used to take my car from Bamako to nifa Sanchez and sleep in the village somewhere. Now when you take the car from Bamako to go to a funky, you have to ask every one kilometer, okay. Here to one kilo metric there. What's happened there? It's good. It's no problem. Okay, let's go. It's how we go now. Every minute you can have problems. So we can go any more even. Even in Bamako, it's dangerous. Everybody's don't get to see them now. I'm sure everyone. It's because the people don't have nothing to eat, and it's starting, you know, they don't have a nothing. It's a very something else. You know, this is Bamako multi Cebu. What about north Mali, tomato? I don't know what the people doing there. I go to some time to see what's happened. Why the foundation Ali farther we try to help the people there, but I think you have to be there to see exactly what happened. Well, we have your song to tell us about it. We have the musicians who collaborated with you to make it. One of the demographics one of your target audiences is the young, your younger listeners who make up a large part of the demographic in the Sahel and they are going to be the region's future. So what's your particular message to youngsters in the Sahel? So what do you tell the young in the national money today? The young guys, they don't have nothing to do. No work. So this way,.
"bamako" Discussed on UN News
"You so much. Wow. Thank you for that. Don't get out every day at the studio, so thank you so much for your facade. Speaking to the United Nations from Bamako in Mali and we are unfortunately, I should say really going to have to talk about darker subjects than the wonderful music you've just been playing. We're talking about the Sahel crisis, one of the world's fastest growing emergencies, and to raise awareness about this, you have composed, produced and co opted your fellow musicians into a wonderful music initiative, which is called the song for the Sahel. Can you tell me about it and why you're doing this? You know, I think and thank you for inviting me to speak it that this mission. You know, for me, it's like very important in very special, like to do something for the Sahel. I mean, I am one of the song from the sale. The sound from the sale, so to drink something first one is in my obligation to do something for my next house. It's decided, you know, it's like my house. Because it's one, it's what I'm living. It's very important. It's when I grow up. So it's my home. So when we hear about the Sahel and the displacement and the lifesaving assistance that's needed there, it seems to be getting worse and worse. We hear that this year alone almost 30 million people need that urgent critical assistance and protection, which is 5 million more than last year. So what is it that your song and your music is gonna bring to the table that international negotiations and military might can not? What was your inspiration for the song? For me, first, the music have big power, very big power. To touch every person, living there, the good people, the bad people, it's what you said, you know? The good one, bad people. The people like this side, what we're going to do, is for everybody these songs. It's not just for somebody it's not for its use for everybody. Because it's not just the guys having gum, the guys haven't gotten how some they decide, so do this or not. So this song is to use the tell them if they accept this to tell them how we have to live together. That's the message we have to live together. You guys are missing. Yeah. So this is why when they ask me to bring this song, I just jump, say, okay, yes, because I need to give my own message in this people. And it's very important for me to bring this, you know. When you came to writing the song for the Sahel, what was your particular inspiration was there one spark that really set you off into the composing into the composition? Did you start with the lyrics or the music? No, I'm starting with I'm starting the music first because because you're known as the Hendrix of the Sahel, is that right? What do you think about that mantle? That's quite a lot of pressure. Yeah. But you have to know sometimes to having inspiration to having something to do correctly. I need to play this music first. Let's get this out of music gonna give me when and what I have to say. You know, it's house coming. So when I'm starting to bring and doing the music first and every morning, when I come to the studio, I'm just listening to this music. And I ask myself what are you going to tell them? What are they going to do? What this music, what they want to know, what they want to listen. But I mean, is the situation such that it just weighs on your mind every day? Describe the day to today for people in Mali, who are affected you hear about this, we hear about this quite a lot at the United Nations, but what do people in Mali hear about the violence that spreading apparently every day? You know, here it's like every day everybody just gets me into Facebook or all stuff to see and what's happened now. We are always like here we say we slip, wait one eye is one a used to be here, you know, with one eye opening. It's open. Because we never know what's going to happen. We never know. That's no way to live, huh? You know, before I just take my car from Bamako to Nia franchise and sleep in the fillet somewhere. Now, when you take the car from Bamako to go to your funk, you have to ask every one kilometer, okay. Here to build. What's happened there? It's good. It's not a problem. Okay, let's go. It's how we go now. And you go a very cool. Because every minute you can have problems. So we can go anymore. Even in Bamako, it's dangerous? Everybody's going to see him now. I'm sure everybody. Because now you see, sometime you sit down and somebody gonna tell you, okay, somebody take a gun and kill somebody because he's a bicycle. You see? So just kill for a $100 you kill somebody. That's because the people don't have nothing to eat. And it's starting, you know, they don't have a nothing. It's very something else. You know, this is Bamako multi Cebu. What about the north Mali? Come back to gawa. I don't know what the people are doing there. I go to some time to see what's happened. Why the foundation Ali farther we try to help the people there, but I think you have to be there to see exactly what's happened. Well, we have your song to tell us about it. We have the musicians who collaborated with you to make it. One of the demographics one of your target audiences is the young, your younger listeners who make up a large part of the demographic in the Sahel, and they are going to be the region's future. So what's your particular message.
"bamako" Discussed on Get Up!
"Find out you're in the may fight beaten sleaze you the new security so again if you're new to the program. And he was basically what happened. Jeff saturday was handing pancakes for all these big blocks and the defensive lineman market spirits. Just couldn't handle that anymore. so he created. You need new security to give us the flipside. Let's take a look at some of the big plays this week. Marcus of going. First bobby wagner. Listen tell the demo landed. Get colds right. Be some security for rattana hill. This happened too fast. You're going davis. Protect the man he right in front of your face. But that's bobby. Wagner and bobby wagner usually knocked people security going out and make plays. That's what right here rattana hill this twice. You know you need new security. You better talk to these damn offensive lineman. I'm telling you the next one is grand. Del pit speaking on the cleveland browns. Defense grant dale pit. Did this lsu. And he's doing it in the league davis meal. Welcome to the nfl. Somebody told me you shouldn't play rookie quarterback's because they can't sit protection wedding and this is your example davis males you need new security. What is the offensive tackle. Doing what are you going sixty one. I know it's lab protection. It's a free. That's decapitating new quarterback. You need new security davis meals and last. But not least y'all the washington football team defensive land and daniel jones. I feel bad for you. Because the whole damn depicting lasak joan. Mr. you need all new security. I know we talked about this often. Glad i thought they did. Pretty good in this game gets wasn't football team but this is needing no security. This is like when you go to the club. And there's five big security guard standing at the door and you walk up with joe boys and yeah they look intimidating. They look like they can beat you up. They look like they can throw you out the code and then you find out. All of them got torn acl's k. Stop nobody from knocking out. You need new security. Joe's bounces are big. But they ain't athletic. I love it. I love the back-and-forth nature of it here watching those games. Especially when he finds when the quarterback screws up the protection. He blames the tackle. He made him go left. It's a quarterback. He had no situation where the wrong way guy said bamako saturday. You might get a gold jagged because you had awareness and you see things even though particular call. The security is a keeper in the meantime as we continue the clock continues to tick in dallas coach. Continue to try to explain but malfunction at the end in la. You'll hear what he said and see if you're buying it and then today's matchup between hembo and graziano is on deck. The lions played last night. They lost aside from matthew stafford. Who is the last quarterback to win the game for the detroit lions. That's the question. Grazziano takes shot next. Get up on. Espn hi this is the host of the meantime show featuring lenny every week. We discussed the latest news and trends in and around the nfl were joined by analysts..
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"bamako" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
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"bamako" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition
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"bamako" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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"bamako" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show
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"bamako" Discussed on Seis e Um
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Diet Starts Tomorrow
"bamako" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow
"Let me know that. I know and i don't wanna push you pass. Something doesn't feel good for you. Because i do like if you if you if you don't have limitations like a coach's job is to push you make you feel successful and stronger but also you don't wanna you don't wanna create injury so then it gives them the opportunity to come talk to me if i have on them so i think those nations are really important definitely and i think another thing that jim's could do is also like an instructor. Is jim jim shirt practice. An instructor is to have equipments. That can be used for modification. So i don't know if this is my hand psyching grab a wait now but it took me years of doing yoga. Sculpt embar to be able to just the grit. The grip is really difficult from. Even though i can bear the load the grip was impossible. And so what. I used was some use bands versa loop. Bamako budi band. And i would just freight resent that way or out us along banning resistant. That way in tighter my wrist. Now i mean bala bangles are the best thing that ever happened to people with differences. They're amazing and so having those equipment that equipment on hand for your instructors to use for people that have been differences and it's not even just a limb difference it could be any sort of disability or injury anything Is really important and teaching your your instructors or your trainers to have multiple ways to work. The same muscle in the same workout is really important. So if i know we're going to be doing a hamstring folk as i'm going to have four or five ways in the back of my brain to work at even if we're using big wait somebody can't pick up a bit wait. I'm going to have four or five other ways. I can show them work the same muscle that's works for them and uses different equipment. So i.
Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast
"bamako" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast
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"bamako" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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The Cinephiliac Lounge
"bamako" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge
"First time i watched the movie i couldn't decipher what it was that she she had four shots lined up a noses. This piss yellow drinking lemon cellos. What the hell like. that's not. that's not very bad. Asked for shot of lemon cellos. Your harlequin for fox sick. But when i saw it the second time and i could actually read what was on a bamako. She did four straight up shots of absent. The start which that's that's pretty intense and didn't have the whole sequence. She breaks the driver's legs and she sits down. And then you have this woman. Come over like cigarette girl. Kinda circular thing is just a tray of nondescript obviously whatever it was psychedelic or uppers downers to selection of pills to take taking. She takes one and one of the things that even when i was not liking it as much the first time around. I did laugh when she quickly in that same scene as obviously hit a bad place in grabs a woman's corwin person peaked. Green all into it so that was good but the the other thing i want to point out is having seen film the second time i stopped because when she's talking to dinah lance and she's telling her the whole thing about like a harlequin need the master annals you see the One of those girls with the cigarette girls that off the tray of pills and it's creepy. Fuck they they don't really show it except for the background scene. They don't show that those girls where this creepy cloth mask where like these is. It's almost close encounters of third kind but with hair. If you if you go back to it oh rear. Catch that at all. No it creek. I mean why. They didn't show that. I don't know because it is a creepy creepy little detail. That's in that club that i wouldn't caucus dinner clubs very small whatever but yeah check out the servant that sequence when harlequin is drunk and talk into dining at the bar. You do at some point. Get a glimpse and it's really creepy. How they look a also creepy and fitting into what i said about the team of enslavement. Domination i noticed that all the little. At each table they have a mannequin. Head which is obviously a woman's mannequin head and the second time watched it. I could decipher that. All the mannequin heads. Which are women have. What seems to be pairs of roman scientists is gloves either covering their mouth or their ears. There is so it's wow yeah it's weird symbolic representation of scientists desire to censor bettering controlling. What women can see say or hear. Wow that makes it a much Yeah that's that makes it much deeper fill yet. I did not catch that. I mean i was shocked. Really going this film. I dismissed this movie. Whatever you brought up all right. This can be fun movie that that we obviously both love. We'll do this movie that we but i looking at him like you know what this is a little bit richer or an attempted something much more richer and deeper than i would have ever expected. Yeah kind of makes me wish they had done more of that. I like i feel like it kind of they touched on it but it was so subtle. I didn't catch a lot of it. Yeah no again..
Monocle 24: The Globalist
How France can avoid a “forever war” in the Sahel
"In twenty thirteen fronts sent soldiers to marley to stop jihadist advance seven years later and more than five thousand troops are still there in the region and despite their intervention twenty twenty was the deadliest year since the crisis began in the region known as a suhel avast sweep of land south of the sahara. So what is going wrong with the strategy of the so-called g five the group of five suhel countries became a facile. Mali mauritania initia- and chad. And of course a fronts will tell us more. I'm joined by the journalist and researcher in west africa and the sahel region. Pull me good morning pool. Good to have you with us. Good morning just explained to us how we've got to this state of did crisis what i think. We have to distinguish two things back in two thousand thirteen The jihad is already taken over the north of mali and they were launching a fresh push southwards and they had got down as far as the capital. Bamako that would have threatened security instability right across africa so the initial french intervention which was actually sent by Emmanuel macron predecessor. Phosphor alone which remember him that that may give you a sense of how far back in time. This was that was an almost conventional military intervention and it ended the jihadist the towns across the mouth of molly and remove that immediate threat but as so often in these situations a conventional conflict benefit of fragmented into more widespread terrorism localized attacks and some general instability. And that is much much harder to tackle. And you can't do it just with military means and so there's been a huge effort over really substantial seven years now as you mentioned to try and bring stability to the region but it's it's particularly difficult because you don't just have a ideology ideological jihadism if you're like fighting a terrorist war against a perceived international influence against the secular nature nature of these west african states. But you also have That mixed up with all sorts of local tensions and grievances For example between groups who depend on animal hooding and people who have commas and this is in this region the suhel which is just south of the sahara so it subjected to climate change water land grazing or in short supply. Population is rising rapidly. But the jobs aren't there to keep pace so you've got all her social and economic factors as well and that that's what's made it such a difficult challenge to bring this crisis under control but probably the most intense. The most dangerous situation was in the second. Half of twenty and nineteen when an armed group in eastern mali cooled islamic group in the greatest sahara pledging affiliation to die ish in the middle east staged a series of really very very bloody attack saw malia ninja army garrisons and the french also suffered heavy losses. And after that in january of last year there was a sort of strategic rethinking if you like and the decision to focus the military effort on them and to try and get up a stronger development have heard an peacemaking effort in other parts of the region sent. We have seen some progress since then
Leading Saints Podcast
"bamako" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"And these thirty families were able to have a whole different source of income than they had ever had before laying. Hands sell the eggs after two years when i left the ghana twenty. Two of those thirty families were self sufficient. They no longer receiving financial assistance. They're able to pay off many of them bills that had lingered for years so what started from problem definition. What should we do. Let's build a hospital evolved with better data gathering. Let's look at our statistics to see if there's things that emerged to us while looking at a number of elders attendants sacrament meeting who's receiving welfare assistance with only as we looked at array of data this kind of jump out at us. And then i tion that was that addressed what was below the surface of some of these branch presidents. Hey we know we have. These families who because of medical bills are receiving financial assistance. We turned the tables and made themselves sufficient. Let me get a second example. I often had so before. I was a mission president in ghana. I work for exxon mobil. Five years in nigeria. So i was fairly familiar with west africa. I had a number of visiting authorities. Who as they came either to nigeria. Or i served in the state presidency oregon out say west. Africa is unique in that. There are so many more men being baptized than women film. Replacing the church where we're baptizing a lot more males than females. Why is that you know. It's like tell us how you so successful. In baptizing men young men and older men and having them be active in the church so that we can learn from it and transported these ideas elsewhere. I said well. Actually the success is really a failure. Because we're not baptizing women because they can't read in west africa by and large you have to pass an entrance exam in order to be able to get into high school and families can't afford to send very many of their children to high school which is not paid for by the government. Typically you have to pay tuition to go to high school and so man learn how to read. Women often don't despite government slogans. So as i said you know this is really a problem. The problem is not successful bad days. The problem is results on a successful with women because they can't read and you know in our church if you can't read where always emphasizing read the scriptures read the manuals. Were were teaching. Were very dependent on literacy. So as in both bamako s among kasese district's we first of all gathered information on on how high was the percentage of active women who couldn't read enormously high above in the range of sixty percent. The second kind of thing we said is if we're really going to have women empowered in relief society young women. What do we need to do. What specifically is going to help us the most and a group..
Mali junta agrees to 18-month transition government
"Government until an election Khun take place following last month's coup. Emily Hola reports. Over the past three days, the military leadership has held talks in the capital, Bamako with opposition and civil society groups. Mali's military rulers said the interim government will be led by either an army officer or a civilian. But the coalition group that started the anti government protests in the run up to the coup, has criticized the possibility off a military leader even if it's only a temporary arrangement. West African nations have also said they want a rapid returned to civilian rule in Mali. Women supporting the opposition in Belarus have spearheaded the
Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
Why the World Is Watching a Military Takeover in Mali
"For some months now in Mali there has been a feeling that something had to give on Tuesday. It gave soldiers descended upon the capital Bamako from the nearby garrison town of Kati and arrested the President and Prime Minister Gruff Gentlemen Clad in cocky appeared on state television and declared themselves in charge while offering the vague reassurances about a return to democracy traditional in such circumstances, it was a classic coup d'etat. The immediate backstory dates back to April and Molly's most recent parliamentary elections. These were clouded by violence including the kidnapping still-unsolved of prominent opposition to Somalia say and followed by accusations of subterfuge by June thousands of people were protesting in Bamako demanding the resignation of President Ibrahim Boubacar cater in July at least eleven of these protesters were killed when security forces opened fire on demonstrations an opposition movement known as m five RFP coalesced around an influential Imam Mahmoud Deco.
Not Too Shabby
Mutiny by Mali troops condemned by Ecowas and France
"West Africa regional body Echo. Wass and Francois have condemned a mutiny in Mali on DH called for soldiers to return to their barracks. Earlier there was gunfire at a military base near the capital, Bamako. Senior personnel as another site were reportedly detained by disgruntled junior officers. The unrest coincides with opposition calls for more protests demanding the resignation off President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, West Africa correspondent Cici is under reports the spokesperson for the June 5 opposition movement has said the political situation is still unclear. After shots were fired from the catty army base by angry soldiers. There are also reports that roads into Bamako have been blocked by people in military uniform. Since June. Tens of thousands have taken to the streets calling for President Ibrahim Boubacar cater to resign. The unrest has come over economic hardship in the country corruption disputed elections on the increasing Islamic jihadist violence occurring in the
Latino Rebels Radio
Where Is Latino Political Power Today?
"I had an opportunity to connect with actor Sanchez battered by a Mi Familia Volta on Friday. He was in la before he was heading to. Nadda for the Nevada caucuses. I've always I've been following me for several years. It's one of those organizations said. Does some very interesting political awareness campaigns in terms of voter registrations and civic engagement regarding the Latino Communities One thing Actor is going to do a town hall with Elizabeth Warren Speaking About Nevada. And he's GonNa do that on Monday. February seventeenth beyond the lookout for that. We'll probably probably Share it on Latino rebels but anyway here's a conversation that I had with Expert on Friday. He was in la. I was on the East Coast so here it is funny. Level Latino Rebels Radio. Hey actor thank you so much for being on the Tino rebels radio station coolio. Hey so listen I know here. We are again. Everyone suddenly discovering the Latino vote. I oh New Hampshire open now. We're going to Nevada and now we're going to other parts of the country where there's lots voters. It can be a little bit exhausting. Just want to get your take on all that on on on the current election cycle on politicians. And just in general. What's on your mind as as you head to Nevada and you focus on on this election cycle. Thank you remain on a meeting? You Open Line really context Isis what we have facing the US productivity that we have in the future suddenly all these politicians are paying attention to our community. I'm going to Las Vegas tomorrow. And suddenly everybody wants to talk to us because we have the capacity to turn out Latinos but we have the responsibility to make sure that we hold them accountable because otherwise we're just gonNA see them every four years in. Were Never GonNa see the changes that we need in terms of the priorities for community so we need now that we analyze it from that perspective that we grab this political power in that we make sure that we use it. To keep of them accountable. So listen I've caught. What you've done with the video series that you do and you had you had star right and you had biden. Why was it important for you to to do that? Because I think those type of conversations are being shared in the community but they seem to get lost in the in the crush of all this political news so tell me about the importance of those videos. And what did you learn from them to contact? Julio and I want to be very clear about this because politicians are really good at Sweet Bell. Kino's in responding whatever we want to hear but the goal period is joining Denise really to to spend some good time with them and push them to get a specific commitments. So we're GONNA use this information connected to the field operations familiar Probably the strongest nations in the nation but regression GDP citizenships Them when I make sure that our community has all the possible information in education to be able to take serious decisions but by the time we have hopefully a new policy then that we can use this information that has been recorded in build campaigns around those promises for example in all of them you can see how specific we heard about the level of commitment that we we won on on. They should ballistic immigration for example. There is no single politician from anybody. The has been willing to spend the basic political capital to make it happen for those is critical to have this done in the first one hundred days in winded up but I see then that he sabi and that can get it done or Bamako got done in the one hundred days. You'll like he did it with you know any other issues. We have the nation that shows that the nation in both sides when having mediation reform we need a politician has the commitment to get it done in. Push it through the first one hundred days. And we're going to be accompanied surrounding shows like immigration in other priorities for the community. Right so what did you learn from those interviews that you didn't learn before? Was there anything where you kind of like politicians just saying the same things? What did you learn? I have questions that are very specific about commitments. For example I us all of them one of the problems that we have in our community. Julio is on the representation of Latinos in the most important space of power where the most underrepresented group when it comes to but at the end shall appointments to people in Congress who anything that means power so as them gave us on a specific commitment right now to put at least for Latino Latinas in the cabinet in for example in the in the interview with by USA said she got Hewlett from. He got upset. Yeah I saw that. He got a little bit. Like how dare you as that question? Not that I don't know what the what was going through his mind but I know what you're saying so he's very uncomfortable for them to specific commitments to basic install that is reflective of for democracy that is reflective of our population for example in the Biden. A conversation kills say for the first time Obama on on the rotations. Brian is the first time we hear the vice-president disagreeing with Obama literally on anything Infosys important to know. Are we going to have another Democratic president? That has an obsession with the politicians and the devastation of families. Or we can really use this information to keep the mobilisation amazing that. He's coming on the ground with so many organizations. Let's focus on the current election cycle because I am just fascinated to get your takes as a leader in as a civic leader as as you know in the organization that you do in the work that you guys have done in the past are Latinos invisible in this election cycle or do you think campaigns are. We started by saying you know here they come and you know. I'm going to Nevada and all of a sudden in the week before the caucus everyone wants to talk to me like you've seen this before it hit me more calm Lisa and throwing it always happens. What have you seen anything different? Well let's one element is up to us. Julio I've been working in I've been in in in doing national work on the field for for twenty years. I've been doing a lot of policy work in everytime I analyze or we do campaigns on any policy issue we are the ones suffering the biggest exclusion ican beyond Latino piles indication Gumby Hill that he can be criminal justice. It can be just immigration that we haven't got lethally nothing in the past five Joesbury basics it can be any issue either. Spending more time on Energie deals fighting for the basics. Quarter the crumbs the political power that with the service community in we fight Cited because if we would all the possibilities that we have community if we exercise political power. We need to make sure that everybody's single precedent that comes to the White House goes through Latino community in the has accountability to the Latino community. We need to make sure that we never ever allow racist misogynist the most destructive precedent in the history which is Donald trump that we never have a guy like this and we can make sure that we're doing that storm may sing. Julio Reina been all over the nation traveling because we office in six states fourteen of his bates and he's so beautiful to see Latinos and Latinas are actually in the front lines. Making this a better stronger McCready. Some very hopeful among the turnout hopeful. But I can see that that people are literally a a organizing communities is amazing the powerful stories that we see in the point that is a direct correlation between quality of life and the level of civic engagement. We have the quality. Boris schools the quality of for bars. The quality of everything that we see. So that's where we're doing. So that's the first point. Julio the second point is to fight the structural problems that we have in democracy to exclude Latinos and Latinas. He's a horrible democratic system just the basics of how he was created. You'll for white men in how we still exclude people of colored to have easy access to the democratic process for Boris oppression to just lack of investment in in our communities a when I was shadow. Finish a leg with some studies in in campaign sexually to look at money and all. Yeah I remember that I I. I've say more about that because I think that's part of the problem right. That's a big part of the problem. The reality is that democracy is extremely expensive. I can't tell you how much it goes to the restriction. A hug until you how much it goes to knock on doors. I can tell you how much everything has a price that in presidential election count goes from four billion to six billion depending on on on the yearning keeps getting more experienced. You you said with a B B A billion billion just want people to hear that billion anyway and guess what happens brother all that money goes to white communities and of course. Yeah in two. Were turning this conversation around and say you know what let's pressure on the candidates. How much money. They're spending in our communities to the border Knocking on doors really talking to people. How much money out of they is spending on on the different elements that are so critical for for a for elections in the democratic
Military chief of UNs most dangerous mission, in Mali, confident progress can be made
"The U._N.. Mission in Mali Minnesota is one of the toughest U._N.. Peacekeeping Operations in the world peacekeepers stationed there have sustained severe and regular casualties from the activities of armed groups in the north of the country and many civilians of born the brunt of instability which includes deadly into ethnic clashes the full commander of municipal is the Swedish General Dennis Yudin spoarer. He has an extensive background in international national peace operations notably in Bosnia Herzegovina Sudan and Afghanistan Ben Mailer from you. A news asked General Yoon spoarer to outline why the U._N.. Must maintain its presence in Mali first of all the U._N.. When Mission Imola is important not just from all not just for the region but it has implications for other parts of the world so it's a conflict that should do concern a lot of other countries and we see that manifest itself in the huge commitment <hes> in the force with some fifty five nations being dedicated to make a difference and second part is that is a very challenging mission that has <hes> threats that seldom come to to U._N.? Mission we have I._D.. Threats we have other ESA metric threats that makes it a difficult <hes> operation. It's serious in the sense that <hes> it defects population ocean at the end of the day the mall populations are the victims every day and in particular in the central region. We have a lot of attacks against civilians we see. The <hes> women receive children being attacked <hes> on on different <hes> in different locations and this is an environment that is unacceptable and we will do everything we can to to mitigate these threats. Somebody has described U._N.. Mission in Mali as probably the most dangerous peacekeeping mission in the world. What would you say to that? What is your view on that while I haven't found a comparison but it is <hes> <hes> it is a difficult mission and sadly we have had too many fatalities in the mission the way forward is to stay firm to stay proactive and to adjust to the threat environment and eh be unpredictable with regards to to these <hes> groups on groups that <hes> challenge security we will continue to do so we are determined and we are focused on our mandate? What is the greatest need for you who and the troops in Mali to be able to succeed against this violent forces in the country particularly in the north to make progress at the most important part for the country's a whole <hes> and also to ensure <unk> security is to to make sure that the government extend its authority throughout the country being pressed sent the providing social services including security that will be the best way to bring the country? Ah Back to peace and stability we will be there s a facilitator supporter but the government is too key actress for people who may not have the map of Mali. Can you describe how broad. Road how wide how big the country's because you mention govern presence in many parts is probably lacking describe how large and Iria covered in why that is challenged well. It's a large which country and <hes> it's some fourteen million people in the country comparing it to other countries <hes> in particular juror most of them would be divorced by by the size of the mall moving from Bamako grow up to the north where we have stationed take some three hours of flying and that's not at all at a very north of the country so it's a huge area to cover some parts of debt. Ah Danced in the central region southern part but in the north <hes> there are the people that live there are dispersed small villages and they are spread out throughout this vast area yeah. It's not just the U._N.. Peacekeeping mission that is active in Mali varies also the French counter-terrorism abrasion going on in Mali and we also have the G. Five Sahel joint force how how do you as force commander for the U._N.. Mission combined with all these other elements. Are there too many chiefs too many actors making things complicated how you manage well <hes> at the end of the day we all the have shared the same aspiration and bringing peace and security to molly we have different mandates and we have different reporting chains but on the ground we share this aspirational moving. Living things practically on the ground so I say with great determination that the corporation works very well be meet we discussed we exchange information on a daily basis on different operations. We will have to continue to do this even more in the future but I'm very pleased with a corporation that <hes> that we enjoy and it's a necessity to have different different <hes> missions because we have so different mandates the situation in Libya. A lot of people believe that is what has led down south to the deteriorating situation in Mali. How much is the situation in Mali affected by instability insecurity up north in leader aid? It's difficult to say to what extent but <hes> there is. <hes> correlation what happens in northern Africa Libya impacts <hes> molly as much as impacts the neighboring countries so molly and we will have to continue to monitor development there in order to better understand how security threats toward security will develop in the coming in coming months. If somebody's feeling hopeless thinking that the situation in Molly's just worse how would you as false command. Give them hope to tell them that you can see light at the end of the tunnel. What signs do you see? I see some very promising signs and I would like to emphasize the government's commitment now stepping forward realizing the urgency and the need.