Source : UNICEF-UNDP-World Bank
Despite a number of difficulties, the Mopti project was launched in 2007 by the “Au fil de la Vie” association and was funded by the SCAC (Cooperation Service and Cultural Action) of the French Embassy.
In 2010, in order to successfully launch the Moribabougou farm, Antenna partnered in Mali with other charity NGOs such the “Centre de Formation Professionnelle des Salésiens” of Bamako, the “Centre Père Michel” (CPM) and “Formation sans Frontières” (FSF), a Malian association that carries out professional training and helps people landing a job.
This project stands out, as it brings together a production of spirulina-based products, fruit and vegetable farming, greenhouse farming, as well as beekeeping.
This spirulina production programme is mainly meant for children suffering from Noma (face leprosy).
A spirulina distribution programme is carried out in the surroundings of Kimali : the V District of Bamako and Moribabougou.