A rich harvest, lively trade and cultural exchange with the neighboring countries of Burkina Faso and the Ivory Coast - Fanidiama offers its inhabitants the best conditions to lead a good life.
Fanidiama is located in the far south of Mali. The village is only a few minutes' drive from the borders of Côte d'Ivoire and Burkina Faso. The small town of Zégoua is also only 9 km away. This leads to very active trade and cultural exchange as well as comparatively good income and prosperity in Fanidiama, which is predominantly Christian.
During our drive to Fanidiama, we can't stop being amazed. The landscape is incredibly beautiful. Farmers grow maize, wheat, cotton and peanuts in the fields around the village. As we drive past in our Africa GreenTec car, some of them raise their heads and look after us curiously.
A very active social life has established itself in the village center. People from the village, visitors and traders from the region and neighboring countries buy and sell goods or exchange news from the region. People appreciate each other here and benefit from each other.