Aïcha Aminata Laïla Fofana (1957–10 August 2003) was a Malian translator and author. With Mariage: on copie (1994), she became the first woman in Mali to publish a novel. A women's rights activist, her writings are aimed at improving the social conditions for women in Mali.

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  • Aïcha Aminata Laïla Fofana (1957–10 August 2003) was a Malian translator and author. With Mariage: on copie (1994), she became the first woman in Mali to publish a novel. A women's rights activist, her writings are aimed at improving the social conditions for women in Mali. (en)
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  • 1957-0-0
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  • 2003-08-10 (xsd:date)
  • 2003-8-16
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  • 1957 (xsd:integer)
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  • Bamako
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  • Bamako
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  • Lycée Notre-Dame
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  • Malian
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  • Mariage: on copie, La fourmilière: roman, Excellence on fait le ménage
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  • Translator and author
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  • Malian translator and author (en)
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  • Aïcha Aminata Laïla Fofana (1957–10 August 2003) was a Malian translator and author. With Mariage: on copie (1994), she became the first woman in Mali to publish a novel. A women's rights activist, her writings are aimed at improving the social conditions for women in Mali. (en)
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