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APMEN Newsletter in December 2016

          This newsletter aims to provide regular updates on APMEN activities and events as well as news on elimination efforts in the Asia Pacific region.


2016 VxWG & SRWG Meetings

The APMEN Vivax Working Group (VxWG) and Surveillance and Response Working Group (SRWG) hosted their annual meetings back-to-back on October 17-21 in Bali, Indonesia. 

Each working group hosted an annual meeting in addition to a half-day integrated meeting on cross-cutting themes related to case management, P. vivax, and surveillance and response. In attendance were 33 country partners representing 16 countries in the Asia Pacific and a range of the Network's Partner Institutions.   

The VxWG convened on October 17-18 and hosted sessions on radical cure and G6PD testing. The VxWG and SRWG integrated sessions focused on ultrasensitive diagnostics and areas for improved collaboration between the two working groups. The SRWG convened from October 19-21 and hosted sessions on the forthcoming WHO Malaria Elimination Operational Manual, foci identification and response, and rapid reporting technologies for malaria elimination.

Transition Update

We are pleased to announce the launch of the joint APMEN-APLMA Secretariat in it's new location in Singapore this month.   The transition of the APMEN Secretariat to it's new regional home also coincides with a change in Secretariat team who we look forward to introducing in the New Year.

The process of confirming available funding for the Network and the development of an APMEN Strategic Plan 2017 - 2020 is also currently in the final stages.  

We are also happy to announce the much anticipated launch of the new APMEN website.  The new-look website will provide visitors access to up-to-date Country resources, easy-to-find past meeting materials, information on current and future APMEN opportunities and progress on the regions' 2030 goal to eliminate malaria.

Visit the APMEN website at www.apmen.org

View the SRWG presentationsphotos and meeting summary.

Entomology & Vector Control Meeting

An Entomology and Vector Control for Malaria Elimination Regional Meeting & Workshop was held in Bangkok, Thailand from 7-10 November 2016.  

This meeting of entomology and vector control specialists aimed at strengthening regional vector control efforts and addressing priority challenges of malaria elimination, and was supported by Kasetsart University Thailand, APMEN, Malaria Consortium and Roll Back Malaria's Vector Control Working Group.

The meeting presentations, photos and summary report (which will be published in the coming week) are available on the APMEN website.

Regional updates

Congratulations to Sri Lanka on achieiving malaria-free certification!  As a founding Country Partner of APMEN, Sri Lanka has valuable experience to share with other countries as they progress towards their goals.

The 2016 WHO World Malaria Report has recently been released, including data on 91 countries and areas with ongong malaria transmission.

Recent Journal Articles:

     Malaria risk factor assessment using active and passive surveillance data from Aceh Besar, Indonesia, a low endemic, malaria elimination setting with Plasmodium knowlesiPlasmodium vivax, and Plasmodium falciparum

   Eliminate now: seven critical actions required to accelerate elimination of Plasmodium falciparum malaria in the Greater Mekong Subregion

     Diagnosis and Treatment of Plasmodium vivaxMalaria

     Epidemiology of Plasmodium vivax Malaria in India

     Plasmodium vivax Malaria in Cambodia

     Limitations of malaria reactive case detection in an area of low and unstable transmission on the Myanmar-Thailand border

     Risk assessment of malaria in land border regions of China in the context of malaria elimination

     Plasmodium malariae and Plasmodium ovale infections in the China?Myanmar border area

     The increasing importance of Plasmodium ovale and Plasmodium malariae in a malaria eliination setting: an observational study of imported cases in Jiangsu Province, China, 2011?2014

      Reduction in malaria prevalence and increase in malaria awareness in endemic districts of Bangladesh


12/14/2016
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