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Nah Coulibaly foundation school started operating in the current School year (2019-2020); the School is in experiment stage early for year. In total the School has 7 classrooms in which we managed to have: A reception class for early year; One first year; One second year; One third year. The aim is to accommodate a comprehensive and understanding model to a small number of people, which we will fellow progressivement until the year 6 student. We have a set of development study for early year up to year 6 students which will involve an intensive help for writing, reading and a comprehensive help for numeracy.

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Mali officially the Republic of Mali (French: République du Mali; Bambara Mali ka Fasojamana; N’ko Script ߡߊߟߌ ߝߊ ߝߊߛߏߖߊߡߊߣߊ ) is a landlocked Country of West Africa. Mali is the eighth-largest country in Africa, with an area of just over 1,240,000 square kilometres (480,000 sq mi). The population of Mali is 19.1 million 67% of its population was estimated to be under the age of 25 in 2017 its capital is Bamako. The sovereign state of Mali consists of eight regions and its borders on the north reach deep into the middle of the Sahara Desert, while the country's southern part, where the majority of inhabitants live, features the Niger and Senegal rivers. The country's economy centres on agriculture and mining. Some of Mali's prominent natural resources include gold, being the third largest producer of gold in the African continent and salt Mali Education in Mali: Public education in Mali is in principle provided free of charge and is compulsory for nine years between the ages of seven and sixteen. The system encompasses six years of primary education beginning at age 7, followed by three years of secondary education. Mali's actual primary school enrolment rate is low, in large part because families are unable to cover the cost of uniforms, books, supplies, and other fees required to attend. In the 2017, the primary school enrolment rate was 61% (65% of males and 58% of females). In the late 1990s, the secondary school enrolment rate was 15% (20% of males and 10% of females).The education system is plagued by a lack of schools in rural areas, as well as shortages of teachers and materials. Estimates of literacy rates in Mali range from 27–30 to 46.4%, with literacy rates significantly lower among women than men The University of Bamako, which includes four constituent universities, is the largest university in the country and enrols approximately 60,000 undergraduate and graduate students.