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Family planning has multiple development benefits that authorities in Mali have been taking into account for decades. This is why Mali has constantly made a commitment, both nationally and internationally, to considerably reduce maternal and infant mortality. Raising the mCPR from 17% to 40% by 2030 by integrating RH/FP into all policies and strategic frameworks in the area of "population and development" is Mali's ambition.

Core indicators


Additional users in 10 years


mCPR Married Women


Unmet needs


Demand satisfied


A Mali where the FP needs of women, adolescents and young people, including vulnerable groups, are taken care of with access to information and an offer of affordable and quality services across the full range of modern contraceptive methods, respecting human rights and accountability of the FP program.


Le PO a atteint et dépassé, en 2020, ces objectifs en enregistrant plus de 3,8 millions d’utilisatrices additionnelles au lieu de 3,3 millions. Son objectif actuel est d’atteindre 13 millions d’utilisatrices de méthodes modernes d’ici 2030, doublant ainsi le chiffre actuel qui est de 6,5 millions.

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OPCU staff

Marie Syr Diagne

Country Liaison Associate

Address  : Dakar - Senegal

Focal points

Dr Ben Moulaye Idriss

National Office of Reproductive Health General Director/Health Ministry

Address : Bamako, Mali

Saran Bore Diakite

Reproductive Health Division Head/Health Ministry

Address : Bamako, Mali

Mamoutou Diabate

OSC/PF Chairman

Address : Bamako, Mali

Sorofing Traoré

Youth Focal Point/FP2030

Address : Bamako, Mali

Eugene Kongnyuy

Resident Representative/UNFPA

Address : Bamako, Mali

Sadio Diarra

Technical Advisor/UNFPA

Address : Bamako, Mali

Patrice Coulibaly

Program Management Specialist HR FP/USAID

Address : Bamako, Mali

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