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Building a Lasting Peace
He persuaded soldiers to leave the hospital to the healers
Interview
Prof. Kalifa Touré (Cri de Coeur du Nord Mali, Université des Sciences Sociales et de Gestion de Bamako) and Robin Poulton, (Virginia Friends of Mali, Richmond Sister Cities Commission), Sunny Gardener, host
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Kalifa Touré and Robin Poulton describe the 2012 coup d’état in Mali and the aftermath. Touré founded Cri De Couer to help shell shocked children and families find a place of safety and solace, providing food, shelter and medical care, including trauma psychology. Poulton is an international negotiator who live with his family in Mali and now works with NGOs to improve infrastructure and cultural understanding in Mali.
Kalifa Touré (Cri de Coeur du Nord Mali, Université des Sciences Sociales et de Gestion de Bamako) and Robin Poulton, (Virginia Friends of Mali, Richmond Sister Cities Commission), Richmond Independent Radio, WRIR, and Epic Gardens
Prof. Kalifa Touré (Cri de Coeur du Nord Mali, Université des Sciences Sociales et de Gestion de Bamako) and Robin Poulton, (Virginia Friends of Mali, Richmond Sister Cities Commission) describe the 2012 coup d’état in Mali and the aftermath. There is hope for economic and social recovery through the determined work of people such as Kalifa Touré, founder of Cri de Couer. He persuaded militants occupying a hospital to go elsewhere! His work bolsters that hope by supporting education, healthcare and trauma psychology services to those living in war torn west Africa. Listen to this story and feel the heat. Learn more at http://www.cridecoeur.org/ http://www.richmondgov.com/content/CommissionSisterCities/index.aspx and http://vafriendsofmali.org/

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