The AwArtMali partners talk about their contribution to the project through a short video
Partners talk about the project
Cardet for AwArtMali
The Cypriot Research and Training Institute CARDET has brought its expertise in teaching and training technologies to the project. He coordinated the development of the TAMA 365 app aimed at making the information conveyed through the web blog accessible in the form of the mobile application, contributing to the specific technical aspect of communication and dissemination of the TAMA365 campaign globally. He collaborated with Giusti Eventi to create, manage and harmonize all the online tools through which the communication campaign developed.
Congenia for AwArtMali
CONGENIA’s contribution was mainly focused on the component of the project AwArtMali sustainability: identifying stakeholders, ensuring their participation, creating a network of active organizations, to finally identify opportunities for migrants. The result was the creation of content for different media: The App, the blog as well as the second part of the communication campaign.
Farneto Teatro for AwArtMali
Farneto Teatro is the project partner who has realized the collection of interviews in Mali, Italy, Spain and direct meetings in Mali, especially in villages and schools to collect documentary material that allowed the documentary video “TAMADENW – Children of the Journey”. In addition, he produced and staged the theatrical performance “Tunka, the Aventure” by organizing, realizing and managing the activity to raise awareness about the risks of “irregular” migration and the possibilities of development in Mali through the itinerant caravan that traveled the Bamako neighborhoods and the rural villages of the Cercle of Kati.
GiustiEventi for AwArtMali
The Italian agency Giusti Eventi has been involved in the study and development of the communication and awareness strategy through the design and management of the integrated communication campaign TAMA365 using radio, meetings and debates, involving the Malian communication agency WABARIA and Malian musicians for the production of an original song.
Instrategies for AwArtMali
Instrategies is a Spanish organisation based in Barcelona, specializing in European and international affairs, focused on mobility, migration and inclusive strategies whose role in the project was to provide and develop data and strategies to support the analysis and research phase conducted in collaboration with ISMU, the coordination of data collection activities and interviews with communities resident and hosted on Spanish territory. Instrategies helped organize Farneto Teatro’s interview collection phase in reception centres in Spain and oversaw the organisation of events to disseminate the project’s results in the same communities.
ISMU for AwArtMali
As part of the project, ISMU was asked to investigate Malians’ communication habits and socio-economic needs by focusing specifically on irregular migration. The research was crucial for learning about people’s motivations and socio-economic dynamics. In particular, it investigated the perspectives of those who choose to flee the country, examining the level of consciousness on risks and their knowledge and perception of real development perspectives in their own country. The research highlighted there is a wide range of actors who play a key role in conveying accurate information and narratives on migration, from diaspora networks to families and religious institutions, from embassies to local authorities and international donors.
Le Tonus for AwArtMali
The Malian NGO Le Tonus provided through an operational team, throughout the duration of the project, the logistical, administrative, material, organizational and executive support of all field activities in the operational zone of project in Mali. The people representing the NGO are: Ahmadou Doumbia, General Director, who managed together with Tamat staff the entire project and relations with project stakeholders in Mali; Amadou Sidibe, project manager and director of design, who had responsibility for the operational management and planning of the project activities and Moussa Souleymane who was local coordinator of the animation and cultural mediation team that operated in the intervention area.