Former Minister of Justice and Keeper of the Seals, Malick studied at the École Normale d'Administration in Mali where he obtained a master's degree in private law. He then continued his studies at the French universities of Paris X-Nantes where he obtained a master's degree in general private law in 1999 and in Montpellier where he successively obtained a DEA in fundamental private law and a doctorate in private law and criminal sciences in 2000 and 2003. Malick Coulibaly taught law at Mandé Bukari University from October 2004 to June 2009 and at the Faculty of Legal and Political Sciences in Bamako. He served as deputy public prosecutor at the Kati Court of First Instance until September 2008 when he resigned to protest against the non-application of a court decision. He was appointed human rights training expert to the United Nations Joint Support Program for the Promotion of Human Rights and Gender (PCDHG). He has also published several legal works.
Yassama is a senior health technician. She attended the nursery school of Ségou, the Vincenta MARIA center, from 1998 to 2001. From 2002 to 2003 she became head of medical station of Kani Bonzon in the circle of Bankass. In 2004, she served in the infirmary of the IFM of Diré and then joined that of the IFM of Sévaré in 2005 after her success in the entrance exam to the public service in 2006. She continued her studies at the 'INFSS (National Training Institute in Health Science) annex to Mopti (2009) and today she is a nutritional assistant at the Community Health Center (CSCOM) of Sévaré II. She fights daily for the good development of her community and she maintains a very good relationship with her patients.
Accountant of his State, Mohamed was born in GOURMA RHAROUS. He did all of his primary and secondary studies in Koulikoro. Mohamed Ag attended the Institute of Sciences. Applied (ISA) from Koulikoro where he obtains his Technician Certificate second part (BT2). He passed the entrance exam to the public service in 2009 and was assigned to the position of responsible for regulation and control at the Pollution and Nuisance Control Sanitation Service (SACPN) in Koulikoro. Appointed assistant material accountant and ticketing officer of the Regional Pollution Control and Nuisance Control Department (DRACPN) of Koulikoro in 2011 and from 2013 to the present day, he is the main accountant of said department.
Tahara is a midwife at the Reference Health Center (CSRéf) in Bla. She was elected municipal councilor in 2006. From 2007 to 2009, she studied at the Training School for Health Workers (EFAS) in Bamako. In 2011, Ms. Tahara worked as a contract worker on the HIPC fund and in 2012 she was recruited as a midwife in the public service. Since that day, she has served at the CSRéf de Bla. Currently, she is the assistant treasurer of the local red cross. Tahara is very committed to her work and cultivates a culture of respect and inspires her colleagues with her integrity.
Bakary is an agricultural engineer. After his success in the entrance exam to the public service in 2009, he was assigned as a trainer at the agricultural learning center of Samé (Kayes). Bakary was then transferred to the Regional Directorate of Agriculture (DRA) of Kayes in the position of monitoring, evaluation and statistics in 2010. From 2011 to 2015 he became head of division, promotion, promotion of crops and plant products. From 2015 to 2016, he was sworn in and made available to phytosanitary control in the agriculture sector of Kayes. From 2016 to the present day, Bakary is the head of the agriculture section of Kéniéba. According to his colleagues, Bakary is a proactive and exemplary agent who has made a big positive change in their agricultural production process.