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Field visit note: Thai – Myanmar border 27 May – 3 June 2022

During 27 May to 3 June 2022, the Malaria Free Mekong CSO Platform Secretariatwith its senior advisor organized field visits to Thai...

Joint Statement for World Malaria Day 2022

Malaria Free Mekong, Global Civil Society for Malaria Elimination  (CS4ME) , and Global Fund Advocates Network Asia-Pacific  (GFAN AP) released a joint...

Join the hand to eliminate malaria

The CSO platform supported the Center for Health Consultation and Community Development (CHD) to produce the advocacy video: ‘Join the hand to...

2021 Annual Report Malaria Free Mekong

The 2021 annual report of Malaria Free Mekong has gathered the information on the platform activities throughout the year.

Field visit note: 8 – 10 March, Kanchanaburi, Thailand

During the 8th - 10th March, the Malaria Free Mekong secretariat organized a field visit in Kanchanaburi province along the Thai -...

COVID-19 mitigration tools

The CSO platform produced practical, simple-to-use, illustrated guidebooks for community healthcare workers and malaria workers. There were 2 guidebooks produced during 2021

World Malaria day campaign: Advance Equity – Build Resilience – End Malaria

Malaria Free Mekong produced the online media campaign for World Malaria Day 2022 during 25 - 29 of April 2022. The campaign...

Integrated diseases guidebook for community healthcare worker

The integrated diseases guidebook has collected data from in-depth consultations and collaboration with regional malaria civil society organizations in the Great Mekong...

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Thailand found the 3rd patient of monkeypox today. The first death was reported in Asia yesterday.Check the infographic from World Health Organization (WHO) to see what we need to learn about it and how to protect ourselves from it. See more information from WHO here: bit.ly/3SoYFSC#MalariaFreeMekong #malaria #MFM #ALIGHT ... See MoreSee Less
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