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Cambodian rice farmer. Photo: DFAT
Partners' Update

Thank you to all our partners for making World Malaria Day 2022 a success! We have rounded up the most important stories from APLMA-APMEN and across the region in honor of World Malaria Day.

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Partners' Update

The first two years of navigating COVID-19 has changed the way we view and approach global health and development. Many of us have adapted and evolved. Our malaria fight is no exception.

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Partners' Update

We see tangible evidence of robust collaboration across borders in Asia Pacific to address malaria and other public health challenges. In this spirit, APLMA-APMEN is co-hosting with the Royal Government of Bhutan the Asia Pacific Leaders Dialogue for Malaria Elimination.

A medical entomologist examines a mosquito identified in Yunnan, China © WHO, Global Malaria Programme
Partners' Update

The past quarter saw continuous COVID-19 disruptions but the recent China malaria-free certification is a global health silver lining.

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Partners' Update

Earlier in the year, as the rest of world tightened restrictions to fight COVID-19, Asia flattened its curve of infections. Some countries even began reopening its economies. For a brief moment there was hope.
For more read our latest Partners Update.

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