In my country only 3.56 migrants leave to my country per 1,000 people. Now 9.26 people come to it per 1,000 people. So that saying more people come to Mali then leave it.
Mali is a definite developing country. The first reason is because of the low literacy rate. It's literacy rate is only a 33.4% which means if you don't have a high literacy rate you probably don't have many schools or teachers and most probably can't read. The next reason is the 54.95 years they have for life expectancy. As a rule, if your life expectancy is that low you probably don't have a lot of doctors or medicine to help you get better. The last reason is because of the GDP per capita. They only get $1,100 per person in a year. They probably don't get much money and they probably can't pay for doctors and medicine which will affect their health. As you can see, my country Mali is a developing country due to the very low, GDP, life expectancy, and literacy rate.
Mali has many languages, but these are the main ones spoken: French which is there official language, Bambara which is 46.3%, Peul/Foolbe which is 9.4%, Dogon which is 7.29%, and Maraka/Soninke which is 6.4%. Mali also has 13 national languages.