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What is APLMA?

14th East Asia Summit

14th East Asia Summit

The Asia Pacific Leaders’ Malaria Alliance (“The Alliance”) is the coalition of the Asia Pacific Heads of Government who have committed to eliminate malaria in the region by 2030. It seeks to accelerate malaria control and elimination and address the last mile challenges of ending this historical scourge. The Alliance is working towards ensure people in the region, even those in the hardest to reach areas, can thrive and be free from malaria.


To support and facilitate elimination of malaria across Asia Pacific by 2030, driving implementation of the APLMA Leaders’ Malaria Elimination Roadmap by:

  • benchmarking progress against priorities;
  • coordinating regional action and brokering policy, technical and financing solutions to regional and national challenges; and,
  • bolstering effective country leadership to expedite elimination of malaria at country level by 2030.


An Asia Pacific free of malaria by 2030

Six Roadmap Priority Actions

Six priority actions from the APLMA Malaria Elimination Roadmap

  • Unite national efforts and regional action.
  • Map, prevent, treat and track disease, everywhere.
  • Ensure high quality malaria tests, medicines, nets and insecticides.
  • Improve targeting and efficacy to maximise impact.
  • Mobilise domestic financing and leverage external support.
  • Innovate for elimination.
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