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Photo credit: APLMA 2023

While governments and civil society in Asia Pacific are working to address diverse needs, many knowledge gaps remain.

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In the Press

The Leaders’ Summit will be a pivotal milestone for leaders within PNG and the Asia Pacific region to unite

Field worker traveling between villages on foot in Mandla, India. Credit: MEDP Mandla 2021

The Science of Malaria Elimination provides a roadmap for future efforts in the Asia Pacific region.

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Hosted by the Government of Papua New Guinea in partnership with the Asia Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance

WHO / JacsSpoor WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Prime Minister of Cabo Verde H.E. Ulisses Correia e Silva and Minister of Health of Cabo Verde Filomena Mendes Gonçalves at a ceremony on 12 January 2024 to certify the country’s elimination of malaria.
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Cabo Verde joins the ranks of 43 countries and 1 territory that WHO has awarded this certification.

Mosquito nets distributed in Pakistan. Credit: DMC, Pakistan 2021
Press Release

The WHO World Malaria Report 2023 estimates there were 10 million malaria cases in Asia Pacific in 2022—up 24% from 2021

Audience at the 'Climate Change and Malaria Elimination: Perspectives from the Ground’ symposium. Credit: GLIDE 2023

Co-hosted by GLIDE, APLMA and Malaria No More, this symposium shared diverse views on climate change and malaria response.

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