The inaugural APMEN Technical and Business Meeting was held on the 8th - 11th February 2009 in Brisbane, Australia

From February 8th to 11th, leaders from countries aiming to eliminate malaria, and key multilateral and academic agencies, met in Brisbane, Australia to launch the Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network (APMEN). Meeting participants shared successes and challenges, and set forth a work plan that focuses on regional cooperation, advocacy, knowledge exchange, capacity building, and the development of an evidence base for malaria elimination in the region. The meeting was co-hosted by GHG in partnership with SPH/UQ, AusAID, and in close collaboration with WHO. The Australian government’s commitment to the Network was underscored in the opening address given by Bob McMullan, Australia’s Parliamentary Secretary for International Development Assistance.



Inaugural APMEN meeting links


Meeting Participants

Meeting Notes