The wings that connect Mali

How the United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) is enabling access for aid workers in the vast country hit by conflict

Bamako International Airport. Photo: WFP / Virgo EDGAR NGARBAROUM
Boarding aboard the Dornier 228. Photo: WFP / Virgo EDGAR NGARBAROUM
Bamako seen from the sky. Photo: WFP / Virgo EDGAR NGARBAROUM
Ibrahim Al Mahamadou aboard UNHAS. Photo: WFP / Virgo EDGAR NGARBAROUM
Passengers aboard the plane during the stopover in Mopti. Photo: WFP / Virgo EDGAR NGARBAROUM
Gao view from the air. Photo: WFP / Virgo EDGAR NGARBAROUM
Nicholas during the training of UNHAS regional partners. Photo: WFP / Virgo EDGAR NGARBAROUM
Amara during inspection of Menaka airstrip. Photo: WFP / Virgo EDGAR NGARBAROUM
Amara during the inspection of the Menaka airstrip. Photo: WFP / Virgo EDGAR NGARBAROUM
Moussa during boarding at Menaka. Photo: WFP / Virgo EDGAR NGARBAROUM
During the boarding process by Moulaye Haidara (Air Mouvement Assistant Gao) for my departure to Bamako with the Beechcraft 1990D. Photo: WFP / Virgo EDGAR NGARBAROUM
UNHAS team in Bamako during a presentation of the operation at the airport. Photo: WFP /Photo library

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Virgo Edgar Ngarbaroum

Communications Associate @WFP Programme Alimentaire Mondial des Nations Unies au Mali. #SDGs #zerohunger #ODD2