This report discusses the findings of the Thailand Malaria Survey 2012 (TMS 2012), which was implemented by Malaria Consortium in collaboration with the Thai National Malaria Programme and funded by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. The survey's estimates of malaria prevalence in the country — particularly in high risk areas along the Thai-Cambodia and Thai-Myanmar borders — serve as a baseline to monitor transmission in an elimination setting. The survey also investigates mosquito net ownership and malaria knowledge, attitudes and practices of residents in 43 provinces across Thailand.
Country: ThailandKeywords: M&E and surveillance | Research | Use of evidence | Malaria | Elimination | Resistance management | SDG3
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