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Malaria testing in Lao PDR. Photo credit: Population Services International, Lao PDR

Mrs. Nouansy shares her story of working with high-risk remote communities in to detect and treat malaria in Lao PDR.

A baby receives the Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccine for tuberculosis during a national immunization for children program at an integrated services post in Banda Aceh on June 9, 2022.(AFP/Chaideer Mahyuddin)
In the Press

With only seven years left for Indonesia to achieve its target to end AIDS, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria, the three diseases remain major health threats in the country.

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Partners' Update

As we enter 2023, the pandemic is abating yet the global health landscape remains altered beyond what we could have ever anticipated.

Nursing officer Janet Peters checking 8 year old Lantion Puime Health Clinic Siremi Community School Oro Province, Papua New Guniea © Don Brice ABM 2003
In the Press

Reducing the burden of malaria in Papua New Guinea is vital to achieving the 2030 goal of a malaria-free Asia-Pacific

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In the Press

Dr Sarthak Das, chief executive of the Asia Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance, shares his insights on the disease with CNA's Asia Now.

Bed nets for workers in Cambodia. Credit: Global Fund
Press Release

Countries held the line against malaria, avoiding the worst-case scenario. But we cannot be complacent.

Mother and infant smiling under green bed net. Photo by Ehtisham Husain for the President's Malaria Initiative

The last mile of malaria elimination will require a hard look at challenges which have previously been neglected.

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