by Quentin Wodon
One of the great Rotary-funded projects that has been featured on this blog is Muso. The NGO has reduced child mortality by a factor of ten in its catchment area in Mali thanks in part to an innovative community health workers model. The project has received several awards as a best practice model for saving lives.
I hope you will enjoy the video on Muso and Rotary’s role in supporting the project now available on this blog here (the video was prepared by one of my daughters using footage made available by the Muso team). A short brief on the Muso model and Rotary’s contribution was published earlier on this blog and is available here.