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dc.description.abstractOn 21–22 March 2018, representatives from the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) Member States – Cambodia, China, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Thailand and Viet Nam met with partners to strengthen partnership coordination for malaria elimination in the Subregion. The Partners’ Forum was hosted by the World Health Organization (WHO) Mekong Malaria Elimination programme in Bangkok, Thailand. During the forum, country representatives, partners and WHO exchanged information on activities, shared best practices and discussed challenges in the GMS. Discussions centred around four key topics: improving access to hard-to-reach populations; ensuring the availability of high-quality drugs and diagnostics; strengthening collaboration and partnership coordination; and improving surveillance in the GMS. The outcomes from these discussions led to recommendations for Member States and WHO. These recommendations aim to further accelerate malaria elimination in the GMS toward the shared goal of a malaria-free Subregion by
dc.relation.ispartofseriesWorld Health Organization;pp. 1 - 41-
dc.subjectMekong Malaria Elimination (MME)vi
dc.titleMekong malaria elimination (MME) programme partners’
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