5-9 Dec 2014Bangkok, Thailand

In early December 2014, the co-secretariats of APMEN—the University of Queensland and UCSF’s Global Health Group—hosted an advocacy workshop in Bangkok as part of ongoing efforts to strengthen national resource mobilization for malaria elimination. Teams representing Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, and Thailand included diverse stakeholders from national malaria programs, departments of health promotion, private sector foundations and a Global Fund Country Coordinating Mechanism.

19-21 Aug 2013Manila, Philippines

Co-hosted by Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Inc. (PSFI), the 3-day workshop covered a range of topics, including the current landscape for malaria advocacy in the Asia Pacific, communications and media strategies and sustaining financial and political will for future activities.


Community Engagement

22-24 November, 2011Chiang Mai, Thailand

In 2011, the APMEN Community Participation activity stream hosted a "Community Engagement for Malaria Elimination Workshop" in close collaboration with the Ministry of Public Health, Thailand in Chiang Mai.


Geographic Information Systems

7–11 Nov 2011Shanghai, China

Geographic information systems (GIS) training was identified during APMEN III as priority area in malaria elimination efforts in the Asia Pacific Region. In collaboration with the National Institute of Parasitic Diseases, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (NIPD, China CDC), the Malaria Atlas Project (MAP)/Oxford University and the University of Queensland, APMEN funded its first GIS training from 7-11 November 2011 at the NIPD in Shanghai, China.