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Located against the Niger River in Mali, the Bamako District is the nation’s capital, and is the center of trade where cement, petroleum, rice and groundnut products are shipped to other parts of the country and continent. The district pulses with life, as traditional and modern practices merge to form a unique blend of culture. Home to various ethnic groups, Bamako is a truly unique African city that is known to welcome visitors warmly. The city is committed to sustainable development and environmental preservation, and efforts to promote clean energy and green waste management practices can be seen throughout its policies.