the poor quality of the network and prohibitive prices present a significant barrier to the ICT inclusion of the population.
Only 6.9% of the population is enrolled in the 3rd cycle.
composed of events (international competitions dedicated to the startup) and support entities.
has been expanding since 2014 with the creation of 2 coworking areas and 3 incubators.
strengthening technical and vocational education institutions, training out-of-school youth, creating jobs for young people in the private sector, supporting young entrepreneurs, subsidies and operational support for SMEs, creating a certification framework….
for the employment of young people, in order to develop entrepreneurship, facilitate financing (projects of less than €3000) and increase the employability of young Malians.
The government has developed a strategic plan 2015-2018 to simplify the business climate in Mali, with the launch of a one-stop shop in 2009. Since then, 25,000 companies have been created.
Implementation in 2017 of the world-class Webforce3 computer training program in Bamako, to fill the shortage of intermediate technicians and meet the needs of recruiters.