In 2015, Malaria Consortium, Raks Thai Foundation and Population Services Khmer began collaboration on a programme that is strengthening early detection and treatment of malaria through surveillance activities in Thailand and Cambodia. With support from the Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria, UNOPS and national malaria programmes, we are targeting high-risk populations in the border areas of Cambodia with Laos and Vietnam, and of Thailand with Laos and Cambodia.
The programme brings together expertise in malaria surveillance and community engagement. It is designed to support Cambodia’s malaria control and elimination goals through effective surveillance and data capture. It also contributes to the monitoring of anti-malarial drug resistance in the area.Digital health | M&E and surveillance | Health system strengthening | Use of evidence | Malaria | Case management | Resistance management | SDG3
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