There is very little administration outside of Bamako, Timbuktu, and a couple of other major towns that are also garrison locales. No airways, no navaids, and no controlled airspace except Bamako TMA. No approaches either as they have stolen all the electronics and melted them down. Mines are common and planted today where you walked yesterday. Very few operational schools and clinics and those that are are well-guarded. The north, is by far the worse. Bamako itself has several dozen families sharing a single electric socket (when driving watch for extension cords), there is no sewage and the vast majority of locals are refugees from the north; living in tin huts and shacks. Lots of NGOs running around sucking money and they live fairly well and every set of letters imaginable from the UN have a representative there. If Canada really wants to spend money wisely, they will not send anyone other than soldiers and pilots.