Atlas of the Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network, 2011
APMEN, in collaboration with the Malaria Atlas Project (MAP) and the Global Health Group at the University of California, San Francisco, has published a first-of-its kind Atlas of APMEN’s malaria-eliminating partner countries. The Atlas displays the geographic distribution of malaria today in the 11 countries of the network, clearly outlining how much malaria remains and where it is concentrated. The APMEN Atlas serves as a tool to aid program managers, policy makers, and funders. A companion publication, the Atlas of Malaria-Eliminating Countries, contains maps of the 36 malaria-eliminating countries around the world.
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*please note that due to the numerous maps in the APMEN Atlas, the total file size is extremely large. It is highly recommended that you download the APMEN Atlas in sections.
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Table of Contents
Executive Summary (524kb)
Methods and Sources for Preparing Maps and Country Profiles (541kb)
Asia Pacific Malaria Transmission Limits Maps (1Mb)
Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network Country Profiles
China (53Mb) | low res (2.4Mb)
Democratic People's Republic of Korea (6.8Mb) | low res (1.7Mb)
Indonesia (59.9Mb) | low res (2.5Mb)
Malaysia (14.8Mb) | low res (2.4Mb)
Philippines (29Mb) | low res (2Mb)
Republic of Korea (6.4Mb) | low res (1.6Mb)
Solomon Islands (2.6Mb) | low res (1.5Mb)
Sri Lanka (12.5Mb) | low res (2.2Mb)
Thailand (19.7Mb) | low res (2.5Mb)
Vanuatu (918kb) | low res (1.4Mb)
To request a print copy of the Atlas of the Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network, please contact APMEN.