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Thursday, February 08, 2007

Improving Public health in Mali

Last month I wrote about my stroll through Sikoro, on the northern outskirts of Bamako, Mali, and the community health project Siguida Keneyali we learned about there. Today my friend Britt Bravo posted an in-depth interview with Caitlin Cohen of Siguida that looks at the project and its community-based orientation in some real detail. I'm sure you'll find it a worthwhile read!

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Comments on "Improving Public health in Mali"

 

Blogger Andrea Rusin said ... (February 10, 2007 at 9:37 PM) : 

We need to talk about this, actually. I'm in India. My sister is in Moldova. I recently got back from Ghana and you were in Mali -all pretty much engaged in the same project.

A three-column blogger format is important, but this is WAY more important!

 

Anonymous Sue said ... (June 5, 2007 at 12:19 AM) : 

Mali is beautiful place
thanks

 

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