In this section, you will find information on many of the resources offered by the U.S. Embassy in Bamako, including:
The EducationUSA Advising Service provides accurate, comprehensive, and current information to students living in Mali who seriously want to carry on their studies in the United States.
The U.S. Embassy works closely with many Malian organizations to promote and strengthen the teaching of English throughout the country through a variety of methods. Discover the wealth of programs being offered in conjunction with the Embassy.
The U.S. Embassy/Public Affairs Section (PAS) administers a variety of U.S.-government sponsored exchange programs which build cultural ties and bridges of understanding between Malians and Americans. They are intended to introduce participants to the United States and American people and culture, as well as provide them with a chance to exchange ideas with Americans.
An alumnus is someone who has participated in a U.S. Government funded exchange program. All participants in U.S. Department of State exchange programs are invited to join State Alumni, the global online community by and for alumni.
The U.S. Embassy in Bamako administers a variety of grant programs. Learn more about funding opportunities in this section.
The Information Resource Center (IRC) is the hub for U.S. Embassy Bamako’s outreach programs. The IRC maintains a reference library, offers cultural and educational programs, and coordinates the Embassy’s American Corners.
Please find a collection of some of our favorite online resources in this section.
Annually, the U.S. Government issues reports on trafficking in persons, religious freedom, human rights and global terrorism. Please find the latest reports in this section.
Please find a collection of links to various other departments within the U.S. Government.