Sustaining malaria interventions during a pandemic – the critical role of community-based approaches in health system strengthening

In its guidelines for jointly addressing endemic malaria and pandemic COVID-19, the World Health Organisation (WHO) re-emphasised that sustaining effective malaria interventions will rely on the uptake by individuals and households, especially in rural areas and communities in need. Yet how do we ensure that they are being reached?  To answer this, APMEN dedicated a […]

APMEN Annual Meeting – From Public to Private: How can we engage private providers?

We always look forward to this milestone date in the calendar. The Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network (APMEN) Annual Meeting, that took place last 7th September, is a forum for National Malaria Programmes and partners to review technical and operational progress and challenges from across Asia and the Pacific. Professor Tran Tranh Duong, Director, NIMPE, […]