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Country Progress Update

APLMA supports countries across the Asia-Pacific in achieving our goal of eliminating malaria by 2030. From South and Southeast Asia to Melanesia, we work with governments to accelerate progress and overcome the last-mile challenges to achieving that.

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2018

1 Country

Malaria Free

2020

6 Countries

Malaria Free

2030

15 Countries

Malaria Free

APLMA Leaders’ Dashboard 2020

The APLMA Leaders’ Dashboard tracks the progress made against the Roadmap priority actions and highlights key policy challenges that countries will need to address to accelerate towards elimination.

Regionwide Commitment to Eliminating Malaria

Vietnam

H.E Nguyễn Xuân Phúc

Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam
Chairman’s Statement of the 15th East Asia Summit
Viet Nam, 14 November 2020
“We reaffirmed our commitment to the goal of an Asia-Pacific free of malaria by 2030, and welcomed ongoing efforts to implement proposed actions in the Asia Pacific Leaders’ Malaria Elimination Roadmap, including the five-year progress report delivered to the EAS Leaders in 2020.”
Prayut

H.E. General Prayut Chan-o-cha (Ret.)

Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand
Chairman’s Statement of the 14th East Asia Summit
Bangkok/Nonthaburi on 4 November 2019
"We reiterated our commitment to the goal of a malaria-free Asia Pacific by 2030 and acknowledged ongoing efforts in the implementation of the Asia Pacific Leaders’ Malaria Elimination Roadmap. We therefore requested for a 5-year progress report on the progress made in the region towards 2030 to be submitted to the EAS in 2020."
Lee

H.E. Lee Hsien Loong

Prime Minister of the Republic of Singapore
Chairman’s Statement of the 13th East Asia Summit
Singapore on 15 November 2018

“We reaffirmed our commitment to the goal of an Asia-Pacific free of malaria by 2030, and welcomed ongoing efforts to implement proposed actions in the endorsed Asia Pacific Leaders’ Malaria Elimination Roadmap.”

APLMA & APMEN
Partnership for impact

APLMA and Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network work in partnership to eliminate malaria in Asia-Pacific. Together our focus is on supporting governments to serve Asia-Pacific’s most vulnerable communities, by mobilising innovations and tailored solutions across stakeholders to end malaria, the world’s oldest pandemic.

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