Mali

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Mali is faced with a major nutritional, humanitarian and security crisis. An estimated 4.6 million people are at risk of food insecurity. Health centres in the north of the country do not receive regular medical supplies due to ongoing political and military conflict.1

These problems compound the already precarious conditions for people with diabetes in Mali, where people with diabetes spend on average 61% per capita income to manage their condition. The average life expectancy for a person in Mali who needs to take insulin is 30 months.2

1. World Health Organization. Humanitarian health action – Mali. www.who.int/hac/crises/mli/en/
2. International Diabetes Federation. Beyond access to insulin [background paper]. IDF Diabetes Atlas, 4th edition. IDF. Brussels, 2009.


Capital city (1): 
Bamako
Population in 1.000.000 (1): 
16,00
Urban population (1): 
35,00%
Rate of urbanization per year (1): 
4,80%
Life expectancy in years (1): 
55,00
GDP per capita (1): 
1.100
GDP real growth rate (2012): 
-1,20%
Men aged ≥20 years who are obese (2008) (2): 
2,40%
Women aged ≥20 years who are obese (2008) (2): 
6,80%
Diabetes comparative prevalence WHO standard (2011) (3): 
1,70%
IGT comparative prevalence WHO standard (2011) (3): 
9,80%
Health expenditure (1): 
5,00%
Mean diabetes-related expenditure per person with diabetes (3): 
70,00 USD

(1): CIA factbook
(2): WHO 2008
(3): IDF Diabetes Atlas, 5th edition annual update, 2012

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