Village of Bokoi-Koiria, Dangha, Mali

VILLAGE: Bokoi-Koiria
COMMUNE: Dangha
CERCLE: Dire
GENERAL LOCATION: Along the banks of the Niger River further south from the village of Koiria
POPULATION: 1,333
STUDENTS (ages 6-12 years): 187
ETHNICITIES/LANGUAGES: Tamashek, Songhai, Bozo
VILLAGE HISTORY: Multi-ethnic village along the banks of the Niger River where also nomadic Bozo fisherman reside seasonally
LIVELIHOODS: Agriculture, goat-herding, and fishing
CTC INTERVENTION: Rehabilitate a very deteriorated 3-room cement school, provide operational support and implement a Female Adult Literacy program
Image of the finished Bokoi-Koiria School built by Caravan to Class

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