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MALI

AFRICA

Mali, or the Republic of Mali is a country in Africa. Mali originated from the flourishing Mali Empire during the fourteenth century.

20.7M

478K mi²

Population

Area

Capital

Citations

Bamako

HDI Facts- Mali 186th (.428)

Infant Mortality Rate The number of deaths of children under the age of one year old. Total - 58.99 deaths/1,000 live births (2023 est.) Male - 64.31 deaths/1,000 live births Female - 53.5 deaths/1,000 live births

GDP Per Capita Total income of a country divided by the population of the country. $2,100 (2021 est.)

Literacy Rate The percent of a country's population who is 15 or over that is able to read and write. Total Population - 35.5% (2018 est.) Male - 46.2% Female - 25.7%

Life Expectancy at Birth The average lifespan of a person living in a country. Total Population - 62.81 years (2023 est.) Male - 60.56 years Female - 65.13 years

Economic Activities

Primary

Primary Economic Activities in Mali Primary activities consist of jobs that work with natural resources or agriculture (Coal miners, fishers).

Secondary

Tertiary

Quaternary

Mali is based off of mainly subsistence and commercial agriculture. Regular agricultural activities in Mali include crops such as peanuts, sugarcane, tobacco, tea, and a variety of fruits and vegetables. Livestock is also essential to Mali's economy. Additionally, Mali is one of the largest producers of fish in western Africa.

Mali is mostly primary jobs, but they do have a couple secondary jobs. These include food processing, construction companies, and gold industries.

Mali has a decent healthcare organization which consists of doctors (tertiary). Additonally, Mali has a good amount of teachers and educators for the students living in Mali.

Mali doesn't have many scientists because they aren't a very developed country, but they do have a couple CEO's of the few companies that originate from Mali.

Mali type of economy

Mali strives to maintain a mix between traditional and free market society and give individual businesses as much freedom as possible. They encourage free trade between the towns of Mali which incorporates aspects of traditional economies. Traditional economies focus more on the past and trade than supply and demand. Free market economies give more freedom to the businesses rather than the government.

Mali level

Mali is a low developed country because of their low income level and because they are a fairly poor country. Mali doesn't provide a very high standard of life for their citizens, and they don't have high health standards or educational rates. Finally, Mali doesn't have a healthy infant mortality rate which also shows how their health standards aren't ideal.

Citations

“Mali - Market Overview | Privacy Shield.” Www.privacyshield.gov, www.privacyshield.gov/ps/article?id=Mali-Market-Overview#:~:text=Since%201992%2C%20the%20government%20has. Accessed 15 Nov. 2023.“Mali - the World Factbook.” Www.cia.gov, 6 Nov. 2023, www.cia.gov/the-world-factbook/countries/mali/."Mali." Britannica School, Encyclopædia Britannica, 17 Apr. 2023. school.eb.com/levels/high/article/Mali/50326. Accessed 14 Nov. 2023.World bank. “Overview.” World Bank, 2016, www.worldbank.org/en/country/mali/overview. Accessed 14 Nov. 2023.United Nations Development Programme. “Human Development Insights.” Hdr.undp.org, United Nations, 2022, hdr.undp.org/data-center/country-insights#/ranks. Accessed 14 Nov. 2023.