Maternal Newborn and Child Health, Health Systems, Health and 4 MoreSEE ALL
Maternal Newborn and Child Health, Health Systems, Health, Nutrition, Infectious & Vector Diseases, Prevention & Vaccination and Social and Behavior ChangeSEE LESS
Mali and Cote d'Ivoire
Mali and Cote d'IvoireSEE LESS
Late access to care is a leading driver of maternal, child, and newborn death globally. As the epicenter of the child mortality crisis, Mali has one of the world’s highest under-five mortality rates. As with most of the world, Mali's current health care delivery model is passive, with providers waiting for patients to come to them. Families often cannot access care for sick children; and the health system often fails to deliver evidence-based treatment in time to the children who do access care.
Muso collaborates with governments to design community-based health systems that deliver care with speed to all patients who need it, when they need it. Muso, in partnership with the Malian government, has developed a Proactive Care model focused on ultra-rapid, doorstep health care delivery to save lives: Community Health Workers (CHWs) working within strengthened public health care systems actively search for patients and connect them to life-saving services early, without point-of-care fees.
|New Implemented Countries||Cote d'Ivoire|
|New Feature||Expanded technical assistance partnerships and research findings will bring new insights into the effectiveness of Muso’s model and our approaches to scale.|
Our leadership team supports a cadre of experienced researchers, program managers, and health workers, including 424 Community Health Workers who provide life-saving care within their communities. The leadership team has decades of experience in global health research, policy, and practice. More than half of the executive team holds a MD, and 31% are women. Several Muso founders, both Malian and American, have been supporting the provision of care to Muso patients for over a decade.
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN