BAMAKO, 3 March 2014 (IRIN) - As Mali slowly emerges from its 2012 political crisis and the Islamist insurgency in the north, the new government and its partners are focusing on long-term development. But aid groups warn that there are humanitarian needs that must be addressed immediately, particularly ensuring more food aid gets to extremely vulnerable communities in the north.

“The humanitarian crisis is still there. There are people out there who are extremely poor and need humanitari...


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