A small town and commune in the desert region of northern Mali.
Here the Touareg rebellion started with strong resistance and hope to save this beautiful and rich culture.
The region saw Tuareg Rebellions in 1963-1964 and in 1990-1991.
The accords of Tamanresset followed on January 6, 1991, creating the Kidal Region by decree on August 8, 1991.
By the end of 2011, another group of Tuareg rebels, the National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad, were active in the region.
The Movement declared Azawad to be an independent republic in April 2012, with the Kidal region as part of the new but unrecognized) state.
In order to preserve such social and human values, we chose this name for one of the tents in the camp.