|Born||31 March 1946|
|Died||10 March 2020 (aged 73)|
Malloum was born on March 31, 1946 in Torror, French Chad. Between 1993 and 2003, Malloum was Secretary of State, Secretary of Public Function, and Secretary of Labor. She also served thrice as Minister of Social Affairs and Family. In 1997, Malloum was the first female student at the Ecole Nationale d'Administration et de Magistrature in N'Djamena and the first woman to be a Chadian ambassador.
Tasked with serving in several corrupt administrations, Malloum was considered to be a person of great integrity. In February 2012, Malloum was a representative of the Rotary Club of Chad. She died on March 10, 2020, in N'Djamena, Chad, and was buried in the Lamadji Cemetery. Condolences to Malloum were sent by the President of Chad, Idriss Déby.
- Le destin d’une pionnière (2017)
- "Tchad : Bintou Malloum est décédée". Al Wihda (in French). 10 March 2020.
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- "Tchad : l'éternel second rôle féminin". JeuneAfrique (in French). 5 April 2012.
- "Les femmes tchadiennes et le vol des biens de l'Etat". Makaila (in French). 10 August 2011.
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- "Tchad : Déby rend hommage à Bintou Malloum". Tchadinfos.com (in French). 2020-03-10. Retrieved 2020-03-10.
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