Agriculture in Mali
The work of the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) in Mali is aligned with the government’s Agropole Strategy, which seeks to address market access and production issues that constrain sector performance by improving sector coordination and the development of a new agricultural investment plan.
Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA)
SODIES building, ACI 2000, Street 286, corner behind BNDA
Ministere de l’Agriculture
9 Cité Administrative Building N1 / 2-3 Floor
Name: Moulaye Ahmed Boubacar
Tel: (+223) 20 01 10 10/66 75 68 77
Challenges in Agriculture
AGRA’s strategy for Mali offers support for catalytic initiatives that contribute to an agricultural transformation by addressing weak market linkages that prevent farmers and commodity handlers from capitalizing on the growing feed, and improving the limited processing capacity that is currently constraining structured market development.
AGRA has worked in Mali since 2006 with investments in input and output markets systems development; innovative finance; research capacity building, and policy and advocacy. In the first decade of our work, we invested US$20.24 million in Mali’s agricultural industry with the following results: