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Dr Noviyanti speaking at the WIPO Re:Search – Collaborative Innovation for Health. Credit: WIPO, Emmanuel Berrod 2018
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Dr Rintis Noviyanti is part of a team tackling what the Indonesian Government has deemed a ‘national enemy’: malaria.

Enoch Waipeli speaking to a large group of Papuans on the beach. Credit: Rotarians Against Malaria
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Enoch Waipeli leads the malaria control programme in Papua New Guinea's, West Sepik Province.

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Cross-border collaboration is key for malaria elimination in South Asia and global health security.

Leaders showing their support of the Global Fund's work.
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APLMA partnered to host a high-level reception uniting new and old supporters of the Global Fund.

Women working together in Honaira. Photo: Jeremy Miler, AusAID
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World Malaria Day 2022:  Let’s focus on gender within malaria programming to provide equitable healthcare access to all. A new paper published by The Lancet Regional Health - Western Pacific explores how.

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As the Asia Pacific region continues to adapt to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic and the new global health landscape, countries in the region have shown unwavering resilience to accelerate progress in the fight against one of our oldest and deadliest diseases.  This year’s APLMA Leaders’ Dashboard, which tracks progress towards malaria elimination reveals notable policy reforms and milestones, even amidst the challenges of the pandemic.

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Malaria in Asia Pacific and globally is a disease of poverty and an engine of inequality.  The disease thrives where healthcare systems are weak and where the poor and most vulnerable lack affordable access to malaria prevention, diagnosis, and treatment services. Advancing Universal Health Coverage have the potential to accelerate malaria elimination while existing programs to control and eliminate malaria can act as entry points to strengthen primary health care systems. Making progress in one will advance progress on the other.

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