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Project Muso Yearlong Field Positions in Mali

January 17, 2011
High-impact, 13-month field positions in Mali with Partners In Health partner project
Project Muso, a PIH partner project, is currently accepting applications for four, high-impact, 13-month field positions in Mali. These volunteer field positions play a critical role in the development of Project Muso’s rapidly growing healthcare, microenterprise, education, and community organizing programs. This is an excellent opportunity for highly motivated, talented, dynamic individuals committed to global health and social justice. You can learn more about Project Muso’s work on our website,www.projectmuso.org, and on the PIH website at http://www.pih.org/pages/mali/ To apply for one of these positions or request more information, please email volunteer@projectmuso.org . Please also feel free to share this opportunity widely. 

Organizational Profile:
Project Muso Ladamunen (PML) is a rapidly growing non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization that operates in Mali, a West African country currently ranked the 5th poorest in the world.  Partnering with the Malian Ministry of Health, Partners In Health, Tostan, and others, PML brings together health care delivery, non-formal education, microfinance, and community action to address the root causes of disease. Through action, training, research, and advocacy, PML works with communities in Mali to stop cycles of poverty and disease, and create cycles of health and wellbeing in their place. More information is available atwww.projectmuso.org .

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