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Maintaining progress towards malaria elimination during the time of COVID-19 is no small feat.  In the face of many challenges, sustaining a high-level commitment to ending malaria requires intentional engagement of government officials, technical experts, regional partners, and key stakeholders.

Thank you for joining us!  Your efforts are a critical contribution towards fulfilling a legacy of delivering a world without malaria.

We owe great gratitude to the National Institute of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology (NIMPE) of Viet Nam who made Malaria Week 2020 a platform for our discussions.

MALARIA WEEK DIARY
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The APMEN Annual Meeting is a premier forum for National Malaria Programmes and partners to review technical and operational progress and challenges from across Asia and the Pacific. Check out the sessions on private sector engagement and community-based approaches to end malaria. 
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The discussion centred on the importance of strong surveillance systems and real-time data, during COVID-19 pandemic and for other infectious diseases, in terms of identification, tracing and informing necessary public health measures. (Read more
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The third day of Malaria Week 2020 covered the critical issue of how to sustain financing for the last mile of malaria elimination, especially in this time of COVID-19 when economies are contracting. (Read more)
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Part of #MalariaGamechangers: A Health Innovation Series, Day 4 focused on solutions to address P. vivax malaria in Asia Pacific and improving access pathways for all treatment options to tackle infectious diseases, including COVID-19.  (Read more)
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Malaria Week 2020 culminated with the 5th APLMA Senior Officials’ Meeting (SOM), where senior government officials reviewed regional progress and identified key challenges to malaria elimination and issued a Call for Action. (Read more)
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It is our collective efforts and thoughts on best practice that will bring us closer to ending malaria for good. Relive the lively  and collaborative week here!

We look forward to building the momentum of Malaria Week and ensure that we can harness the power of this convening towards our shared vision of a malaria-free Asia Pacific by 2030.

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