Event Schedule

Date 3 - 5, September Vector Control Working Group (VCWG) Annual and Business Meeting By Ms Tiff Dahmash
08:30 - 17:00 (Finishes at 12.00 on 5 th)

Aims: To showcase and explore regional, national and sub-national approaches to malaria control and elimination, focusing on:

  • strategies to strengthen entomological surveillance activities and related challenges;
  • assessment of opportunities for increased engagement through network-to-network information sharing;
  • exploring the efficacy of current and new/pipeline vector control products and tools.

Global, regional, and country-specific updates and case studies will be presented and discussed to highlight progress and current/future priorities for vector control across the Asia Pacific.

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Venue Century Park Hotel, Bangkok
Date 6, September Joint Working Groups and Partners Coordination Meeting By Dr Myo Min
08:30 - 17:00

The APMEN Working Groups must work in synergy to fully consider the malaria elimination context in individual countries. This first joint APMEN Working Group meeting is an opportunity to discuss cross-cutting topics affecting Country Partners. There will be brief presentations from Country Partners on national strategies and capacity.

Venue Century Park Hotel, Bangkok
Date 7 - 8, September Vivax Working Group (VxWG) Annual and Business Meeting By Ms Wulan Morling
08:30 - 17:00

Aims: To highlight and share progress and lessons learned on vivax malaria and the challenges on the path towards elimination.

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Venue Century Park Hotel, Bangkok
08:30 - 18:00 (Day 1)
08:30 - 12:00 (Day 2)

Aims: To discuss the challenges and identify solutions and action points for national malaria programmes to move towards implementing case-based surveillance and response activities.

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Venue Century Park Hotel, Bangkok
Date 21 - 27, October 8th International Integrated Vector Management training 2018 By WHO, WPRO & ACTMALARIA

Objective: The course aims to develop in-country team equipped with necessary knowledge and skills to support capacity building and application of IVM approach.

Expected output: All participants could be able to recognize the important locally prevailing vectors of human diseases, perform and train others regarding in IVM strategies and develop an action plan for implementing pilot activity on IVM.

See more details on http://ivmmalaysia.weebly.com

Venue Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia