Campaigning in Mali

Summary

We're campaigning for the most deprived children by reviewing the age of marriage for a girl from 16 to 18 years, adopting a clear plan for the removal of user fees for children under 5 and advocating to the Government to adopt a Code of Conduct which bans violence against girls. 

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