Language Services For Mopti

Mopti is a town and an urban commune in the Inner Niger Delta region of Mali. The town is the capital of the Mopti Cercle and the Mopti Region. Situated 460 km northeast of Bamako, the town lies at the confluence of the Niger and the Bani Rivers and is linked by an elevated causeway to the town of Sévaré. Mopti, town, eastern Mali, located at the confluence of the Niger and Bani rivers. Originally a small fishing village, Mopti has become an important commercial town and the centre of Mali’s fishing and livestock industries. The town is located on three islands and is one of the most densely populated areas in Mali.

Historical, Cultural facts & Religion

The town of Mopti derives its name from the Fulfulde word for gathering. The name replaced the earlier Bozo name of Sagan. Unlike towns such as Djenné, Timbuktu and Gao, Mopti was a village until the French conquest at the end of the 19th century and did not play an important role in the history of the region. Mopti, which lies on a series of islands connected by causeways at the juncture of the Niger and Bani rivers, is the place where all of Mali’s cultures come together–the Bamana, Songhai, Fulani, Tuareg, Moor, Bozo, Bobo, and Dogon. Mopti is bustling with activity especially in the area of the harbour.

Brief City  History

Mopti, town, eastern Mali, located at the confluence of the Niger and Bani rivers. Originally a small fishing village, Mopti has become an important commercial town and the centre of Mali’s fishing and livestock industries. The town is located on three islands and is one of the most densely populated areas in Mali. Major crops grown in the surrounding area are rice, millet, onions, cassava, and peanuts (groundnuts). Livestock raising and fishing are also significant. The major population groups in the locality are the Dogon, Fulani, Bambara, Bozo, Bwa, Songhai, and Tukulor. Pop. (1998) 80,472; (2009) 114,296.The town of Mopti derives its name from the Fulfulde word for gathering. The name replaced the earlier Bozo name of Sagan. Unlike towns such as Djenné, Timbuktu and Gao, Mopti was a village until the French conquest at the end of the 19th century and did not play an important role in the history of the region.

Language (s) Written & Spoken

Many ethnic groups are present in the commune including Fula, Bozo, Bambara, Dogon, Songhai, Bobos and Mossis. The most spoken language is Fula followed by Bozo.

Important Types of Commerce in Mopti

Mali’s great potential wealth lies in mining and the production of agricultural commodities, livestock, and fish. The most productive agricultural area lies along the banks of the Niger River, the Inner Niger Delta and the southwestern region around Sikasso.

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