What keeps us busy

Until December, students in the Kanso school are making up classes from the previous year. The new course will start in January. We are waiting to know how many students from neighboring towns will enroll in the second cycle of high school, which we will be able to start thanks to the third building.

We are working to restart the school canteen. We have started to build a kitchen building, as the mothers had requested.

The project for the mechanization of shea production in Kanso continues to advance, although this year the trees have produced little fruit. Women have already started using the machines we recently installed to process shea.

This year, 115 hectares of rice were planted in Kanso and neighboring villages thanks to the tractor. This should again ensure a significant nutritional and economic improvement for families next year. The harvest has already started.

In the Kanso market garden, the current crops are cabbages, peppers, tomatoes, aubergines... There is a fault in one of the wells whose repair we are managing.

If you wish, you can consult the auditor's report and the accounts of Ecos de Mali for the 2019 financial year.

Updated: November 2020

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