Partners' Update July 2022
Photo credit: The Global Fund
With borders opening and the Global Fund Replenishment on-going, APLMA has stepped up engagement with global and national partners in Rwanda, Singapore, Cambodia, India, and elsewhere. In this new normal we are re-learning how to meet and engage with stakeholders to end the world's oldest pandemic while also navigating challenges posed by the newest ones. Still, meeting new and old colleagues face-to-face for the first time in two years has been very rewarding.
We look forward to continuing partnerships through World Mosquito Day next month, the Asia Pacific Leaders’ Summit on Malaria Elimination 2022 at year's end.
Find more of our latest work with partners below.
Regional cross-border cooperation
APLMA and partners rallied to support the Global Fund
Global Health Security Conference wrap-up
APMEN July 2022 newsletter
APLMA in the news
- Economic Times HealthWorld, Karnataka to be malaria free by 2025
- The Jakarta Post, What Bhutan, Timor-Leste can teach Indonesia about eliminating malaria
- Fresh News, Cambodia Minister of Health shows positive in eliminating all kinds of malaria before the 2025 deadline [in Khmer]
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