Its action plan for the period 2022-2024 is estimated at 956.1 billion CFA francs, including approximately 205.5 billion in financing acquired.
Arrived yesterday in Mopti with a large delegation, Prime Minister Choguel Kokalla Maïga proceeds, this Friday, to the launch of the Stabilization Strategy for the Center Regions and its action plan 2022-2024. These are the Regions of Ségou, San, Mopti, Douentza and Bandiagara.
Indeed, these localities have become theaters of operation for lawless men who indulge in terrorist attacks and maintain community conflicts. To ensure coordination at the strategic and political levels of all stabilization efforts in the Center regions, the document of the Stabilization Strategy for the Center Regions (SSRC) was approved by the Council of Ministers on August 24, 2022. This came after a broad participatory and inclusive process.
Thus, it was adopted by Decree No. 2022-0536/PT-RM of September 9, 2022. The SSCR is an instrument reflecting the desire of the authorities of the Transition to have a holistic approach to stabilization. It is now the reference tool for coordinating all the activities of the government and all the partners involved in the center of our country.
The objective is to make the regions of the Center stable and prosperous, where the communities are reconciled and live in harmony with their neighbours.
The SSRC is structured around four strategic axes; namely the restoration of peace, security and social cohesion; improving governance and strengthening justice; management of humanitarian issues and economic recovery; communication and coordination of interventions.
With regard to the first strategy, this axis emphasizes effective and coordinated implementation of measures aimed at restoring lasting peace and security by combating the proliferation of small arms and light weapons. It takes into account the free movement of people and goods and the promotion of living together. The second axis deals with the accompaniment to the return of the representatives of the state. Clearly, mention is made of the restoration of state authority, basic social services and the fight against impunity. In doing so, administration, justice, education, health and hydraulics must be made possible and accessible to the population.
As for strategic axis 3, it concerns humanitarian issues and the economic recovery of populations affected by the crisis. Concerning axis 4, priority is given to advocacy and awareness-raising actions adapted to the situation of the Center and training of the media on crisis communication.
Accompanied by an action plan for the period 2022-2024, the Stabilization Strategy tackles the major challenges of the central regions. This action plan is estimated at 956.1 billion CFA francs for the three years, including approximately 205.5 billion in financing acquired.
The remaining fund of 750.6 billion of our francs is to be sought from technical and financial partners. In addition to the SSCR launch, the head of government will carry out several other development activities during his stay in the Venice of Mali.