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GLOBAL IMPACT

To end preventable deaths worldwide, Muso works with government and NGO partners
to build health systems to deliver rapid, universal health care.

We accompany governments to redesign health systems with patients at the center by:

1. DELIVERING HEALTH
CARE DIRECTLY

2. CONDUCTING
OPERATIONAL RESEARCH

3. SCALING-UP
TESTED STRATEGIES

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MALI

 

CÔTE D'IVOIRE

IVORIAN MINISTRY OF HEALTH

Muso is currently working with the Ministry of Health in Cote d’Ivoire in a technical assistance capacity, focusing on the country’s national community health strategy. As part of this new strategy, more than 11,000 CHWs have been trained on standardized, integrated packages of care, and are now being supported to serve the national population.

 

To reinforce the rollout of this national strategy, the Ivorian government invited Muso to provide technical assistance focused on dedicated Community Health Workers (CHWs) supervision.

 

Muso deployed a core team to embed within the Department of Community Health and support the work of planning, costing, and operationalizing dedicated CHW supervision at national scale. 

 

Muso commits to accompany the Ivorian government identify evidence-based community health strategies for scale as it seeks to improve access to quality care for its 24 million residents.

GLOBAL ADVOCACY 

Muso shares its research findings and invests in relationships to advance the national and global policy priorities that promise to cure delay, transform community-based health delivery and end preventable maternal and child mortality. 


We present our work and research to audiences of global stakeholders at places like the World Health Assembly, the United Nations, and the Ouagadougou Partnership, to share learnings, and mobilize for universal health coverage and CHW-led health systems. As our work has gained momentum, we’ve joined with organizations who share our mission and vision for universal access to health care with Community Health Workers on the front lines.