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  • Title: Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.net
    Descriptive info: .. Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.. net.. Friday, 13 September 2013 11:48 PHT.. Create an AIRC account for FREE!.. |.. AIRC Login.. About ACTMalaria.. Who We Are.. Board Members.. Trustees.. Past Country Officers.. Former Board.. Key Contacts.. Former Key Contacts.. Past Secretariat.. ACTMalaria News.. Minutes of Meetings.. Video Clips.. Mekong IEC Projects.. News.. Ethnic Minorities.. Country Profiles.. Vector Control Management.. Anti-Malaria Drug Policies.. Epidemiological Profile.. Insecticide Resistance of Anopheles Vectors.. Pharmaceutical Management.. Trainings / Worshops.. Funded Projects and Researches.. Alumni Directory.. ACTMalaria Links.. Latest News.. Posted: 10 Sep 2013.. Mosquito LSM - Cochrane Review.. New Malaria Training Modules by GMP HQ, Geneva.. Posted: 29 Jul 2013.. Anopheles mosquitoes: new insights into malaria vectors.. Posted: 14 Jun 2013.. ACTMalaria News Volume 16, Issue 1.. Posted: 23 Apr 2013.. TDR Short-term Grant.. Posted: 10 Apr 2013.. The 3rd Int'l Conference on Dengue.. Posted: 26 Feb 2013.. TDR's Short-Term Grant.. Posted: 05 Feb 2013.. Malaria consortium launches website linking institutions etc.. [.. more news here.. ].. Welcome to ACTMalaria.. - ACTMalaria (Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria) is an inter-country training and communication network which includes National Malaria Control Programmes of Bangladesh, Cambodia, PR China, Republic of Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Timor-Leste, and Vietnam.. more about  ...   Monitoring and Evaluation Regional Training of the Country M&E Teams.. Broadening Involvement Team Training Workshop in Malaria Control (BITTW 2012).. Workshop to Review and PLan Therapeutic Efficacy Surveys (TES) to Monitor Antimalarial Drug Resistance in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS).. Featured Video Clip by WHO.. Trainings and Workshops [.. more here.. International Training Course on Management of Malaria.. 8th MMFO.. International Programs- Department of Tropical Hygiene.. STRENGTHENING MONITORING AND EVALUATION REGIONAL TRAINING.. INT'L COURSE ON MALARIA PROGRAME PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT.. Featured Topics [.. Posted:.. 26 Apr 2013.. WHO urges greater efforts in the fight against malaria.. 25 Apr 2013.. Mosquito be Dead- Press Release.. Mosquito be Dead.. 26 Feb 2013.. World Malaria Day.. 05 Feb 2013.. Genetic markers offer hope for tackling drug-resistance.. Country Focus [.. 19 Oct 2009.. Training of Trainers in Malaria Microscopy in Myanmar.. 15 Dec 2008.. Local Malaria Trainings in the Philippines.. General Discussions [.. 02 Mar 2012.. ISO 9001 Training.. 30 Jul 2010.. Malaria in the Philippines.. 28 Sep 2009.. Typhoon Ketsana (Ondoy) strikes the Philippines capital.. The Life Cycle of the Malaria Parasite.. Courtesy of.. Wellcome Trust.. Home.. News and Updates.. Trainings and Workshops.. Resource Center.. Photo Gallery.. Community.. Contact Us.. Copyright 2013.. ACTMalaria Foundation, Inc.. All rights reserved.. Developed and maintained by:.. OnlineServant..

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  • Title: Contact ACTMalaria | Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.net
    Descriptive info: Contact ACTMalaria | Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.. 11/f Ramon Magsaysay Center.. 1680 Roxas Boulevard, Malate.. Manila, Philippines.. Telephone: +63-2-536-5627.. Fax: +63-2-536-0971.. E-mail:.. infonetwork.. [at].. actmalaria.. [dot].. net.. Website:.. http://www.. actmalaria.. Forum:.. http://forum.. Resource Center:.. http://resource..

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  • Title: About ACTMalaria | Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.net
    Descriptive info: About ACTMalaria | Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.. ACTMalaria (Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria) is an inter-country training and communication network which includes National Malaria Control Programmes of Bangladesh, Cambodia, PR China, Republic of Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Timor Leste, and Vietnam.. The network aims at 2 major objectives:.. Provide collaborative training for member countries to meet the needs of malaria control in Southeast Asia and Mekong valley;.. Improve communications among member countries on malaria problems affecting common borders.. Our VISION.. Working together in sustained, equal partnership towards eliminating malaria as a major public health problem in the region.. Our MISSION.. To promote cooperation and collaboration to strengthen capacity building and information exchange for the improvement of the quality and effectiveness of malaria control programme in member countries.. Our GOALS.. Promote and strengthen regional and national technical and management capacities in malaria control in member countries.. Enhance relationship among member countries and partners through continuous knowledge and experience sharing.. Broaden the base of ACTMalaria partnership with organizations and institutions and promote its value and effectiveness for other countries/regions to follow.. To establish an effective, efficient, accountable and professionally managed organization.. ::.. Back to Top.. The Birth of ACTMalaria.. In recognition of malaria being a disease problem that not only does not recognize international boundaries, but is frequently in association with these borders, the need for collaborative efforts between countries has been recognized.. Implemented programmes in neighboring countries are often confounded by cross-border migration of malaria problems to exact an additional burden on the country that is both difficult to predict and manage.. From this, it is very clear that forest malaria control needs to incorporate a regional approach if individual country programmes are to be successful.. Attention and efforts need to be focused on countries not within national boundaries, but within geographical areas and these efforts need to include training to facilitate a transfer of knowledge, technology, and experience.. The Malaria Division of the Department of Communicable Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand, in collaboration with the World Health Organization convened a meeting on Human Relations Development for Malaria Control in November 1996 in Chiangmai, Thailand.. In the meeting, national malaria control programme (NMCP) directors from Thailand, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Yunnan province in China, Indonesia, Lao PDR and Vietnam identified national and international training needs and cross-border collaboration.. Other participants included representatives of the Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University, SEAMEO TROPMED, the College  ...   ACTMalaria has resulted in its need for consolidation as well as its establishment as an independent organization.. Thus, in February 1998, ACTMalaria carried out a Workshop on Institutional Strengthening with financial supports from the RTG/WHO 1998/1999 fund.. The aim was to determine an institutional development and strengthening strategy for the organization.. The proposed structures and strategies were endorsed by all its members, i.. e.. Indonesia, Myanmar, Lao PDR, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Yunnan Province of China and Cambodia at a meeting of the membership in May 1998.. The key element in the institutional strengthening plan then was the establishment of a Secretariat in Bangkok, responsible to the rotating Coordinating Country Directorship for administrative, financial and operational implementation in support of the organization.. Together with a Technical Coordinator, the team carry outs the activities of ACTMalaria.. This was all embodied in the Memorandum of Understanding that was signed in May 1999 in Depansar, Indonesia.. In 2000, ACTMalaria's membership grew from 9 to 11 countries (Bangladesh, Cambodia, PR China, Lao PDR, Indonesia, Myanmar, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam) with the inclusion of Philippines and Singapore.. ACTMalaria's Present Form.. The external evaluation of ACTMalaria in 2000 has called for further strengthening for the organization to be able to respond to heightened expectations from both its members and partners.. The needed transformation brought the office of the organization to the Philippines where it was able to obtain legal status as a non-stock, non-profit organization, registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on August 13, 2003.. In the process of institutionalization, the organization was renamed as ACTMalaria Foundation, Incorporated with its new office located at the Ramon Magsaysay Center along Roxas Boulevard in Manila.. It also brought out a new set of organizational structure which comprises the functioning body of the organization as defined in its new statement of cooperation drafted by its members in the last EB meeting in 2003 based on SEC approved by-laws and articles of incorporation.. Its Future.. The medium-term plan of the organization is presented in its Strategy and Workplan 2003-2006 which was developed by its members based on identified operational priorities and needs.. It is expected that the organization will continue to evolve as it adopts to the changing needs and demands of its members and as the health sector develops.. Membership might continue to expand as it sought other Southeast Asian countries who shares cross border disease problems and who supports collaborative action in the identification of problems and solutions..

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  • Title: About Malaria | Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.net
    Descriptive info: About Malaria | Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.. About Malaria.. Malaria in the World.. Malaria is result of infection with one of four species of parasite of the genus Plasmodium.. P.. vivax, P.. ovale, P.. malariae, and P.. falciparum, the most serious and lethal of the four, are all transmitted from human to human by Anopheles mosquitoes.. The disease is present in 102 countries.. It is estimated that between 1 and 2 million deaths occur annually due to malaria and the majority of these deaths are in children under 5 years of age.. Almost all of these deaths are attributable to P.. falciparum.. This deadly parasite is prevalent in Africa and predominating in Southeast Asia.. This is a fairly recent phenomenon.. While malaria has been eradicated from many parts of many African and Southeast Asian countries, the proportion of infections with P.. falciparum has increased to represent the majority.. In addition, intensification and spread of resistance to antimalarial drugs among parasites has resulted in increased severity of disease and death.. The reason for these changes in the epidemiology of malaria is largely attributable to changing environmental conditions in areas of intense economic development and the spread of malaria to areas previously free of the disease as millions of people move into malarious areas to claim land, seek wealth or to escape civil disturbances and war.. Social and Cultural Aspects.. Despite advancements in biological and environmental technologies to control malaria, success has often been unobtainable.. The reason for this is that for measures to reduce malaria infection and the duration and severity of disease to be s, social and cultural factors must be taken into consideration.. An understanding of the roles of individuals and communities in the transmission, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease is of much significance, but often overlooked.. The modern approach to malaria control is shifting from an empirical style to a social science perspective of the community.. Epidemiological Variations.. Malaria varies from being unstable to stable in specific countries and regions.. Unstable malaria is characterized by epidemics occurring several times every decade, but not annually.. This implies that each time there is an outbreak of malaria it can quickly reach epidemic proportions due to a loss of immunity in the population.. In this case, the morbidity rate is severe in all age groups, and when P.. falciparum is involved, a high mortality rate may also be the case.. Stable malaria infers a regular presence of malaria in the population.. In this case, mortality is highest in infants but drops off as the survivors of childhood develop a partial immunity, or tolerance, to the continual presence of malaria parasites in the bloodstream.. In Africa most malaria transmission takes place on the savannah as well as on the fringes of deserts and highlands.. Life in the fringe habitats is frequently nomadic and characterized by cyclic climatic patterns (i.. some years having exceptional rainfall).. These factors can all lead to serious epidemics.. Malaria in the savannah is typically stable.. In Southeast Asia, South America, and Africa, the forest has become an important malaria transmission area.. Malaria transmission typically does not occur in urban areas, except in peri-urban areas where slums may simulate rural environments.. Forest Malaria - A Border Problem.. In many regions of the world malaria is in association with tropical forests.. Deforestation has pushed malaria out of many regions in Southeast Asia, South America and Africa into each country's more remote forested regions.. These areas are frequently in association with international boundaries and are home to tribal populations that are, not only of low education and poor economic status, but are often highly migratory due to transient employment opportunities (logging, mining, reforestation, road construction, etc.. ), hunting, gathering, gem mining, and illegal activities.. Consequently, even though malaria is endemic in much of these forest regions, the nomadic nature of the people often brings them  ...   introduced into the drug combination and was highly effective at providing a 97-100% cure rate across Thailand.. However, in just 7 years the cure rate declined to 21% in eastern Thailand (Trat and Chantaburi provinces).. The geographical spread of chloroquine then sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine resistance into Myanmar and then into Bangladesh supports the epicenter hypothesis.. Furthermore, reports of mefloquine resistance in patients that were infected on the Thai-Myanmar border indicate that multi-drug resistant parasites are being transported by migrants from the central focus to be taken up by vectors and subsequently transmitted to the local population.. Recently new foci of drug resistance have been found in areas between Myanmar, Yunnan province in China, Laos and Thailand (Malaria in the Southeast Asia region, 50 commemorative series-1, WHO).. Paradigm Shift - Who is sick? Where? Why?.. Malaria is now being recognized as a local phenomenon that varies from region to region and sometimes village to village in a single district.. Therefore, there is no single approach to controlling malaria that could be applied globally.. What may be highly successful in one region, may not be in another region.. One example of this is insecticide impregnated bed nets.. Use of these nets in Africa has shown some good results to date.. But in the border region of Myanmar and Thailand overnight tribal hunters and forest gatherers will not accept these nets due to the smell that is offensive to them as well as to the animals they are hunting, resulting in them vacating the area.. In addition, the villagers complain about the high costs associated with impregnation of the nets.. Consequently, promotion of insecticide bed nets in this region only leads to non-use of any bed net.. In addition, the disease is now being viewed as many diseases depending on the vast array of varying interactions, e.. g.. economical, social, cultural, ecological and biological.. Accessibility of health services, economical status, immune status, behavioral practices, species of parasite all contribute to determining who will become infected, who will develop disease, severity of disease, and who will die.. Distinction between infection, and associated heath risks of perennial infection, and disease is important.. Contemporary control of malaria in terms of treatment is to cure the patient of disease rather than to reduce parasite reservoirs.. Early diagnosis of disease and prompt adequate treatment will shorten the duration of disease and prevent the development of complications - the cause of death due to malaria.. The referral process is an important step in this process that must be developed to work.. For example, patients may not follow-up a referral in fear of extra associated costs.. Access to early diagnosis and treatment is considered a fundamental right of all populations affected with malaria.. Malaria and poverty are too often hand in hand.. Malaria tends to spread during attempts at agricultural development, colonization or exploitation of a natural resource.. Consequently it strongly hinders socioeconomic development in underdeveloped countries and control measures have to be practical and cost-effective.. WHO's Global Malaria Control Strategy 1993-2000 states that progress aimed at malaria control most importantly needs to be sustainable, even if slow.. Selective use of preventive measures, wherever they can lead to sustainable results, minimizes wasteful use of limited resources.. Conversely, malaria management must respond to unexpected situations arising from social, economic, or political changes.. To address this, local and national capabilities need to be strengthened and decentralization must follow even to the village level.. When the approach shifted from malaria eradication to malaria control many programs admitted their failures.. This resulted in a loss of interest by donors and financial support for malaria diminished in favor of more current new issues.. An analysis of the failures of previous programs suggests many reasons, e.. indiscriminate use of insecticides, failure to deliver antimalarials to a population at risk, etc.. However, one commonality seen between failures around the world is the unavailability of prompt and adequate treatment..

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  • Title: ACTMalaria Networks | Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.net
    Descriptive info: ACTMalaria Networks | Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.. ACTMalaria Networks.. Effectiveness and sustainability of our training and communication network depends on the participation and involvement of our country partners.. Central Service, Ministry of Health.. Caicoli Street, Dili Timor-Leste.. Tel: + 670 (390) 33221467.. Fax: + 670 (390) 3325189.. Contact Person: Mr.. Johanes Don Bosco.. Malaria and Parasitic Disease Control Unit.. Directorate of General Health Services.. Mohakhali, Dhaka, 1212 BANGLADESH.. Tel: (00-88-02) 9899203.. Fax: (00-88-02) 9886415.. Email:.. nazrul121961@yahoo.. com.. Contact Person: Dr.. Nazrul Islam.. dghs.. org.. bd/.. National Center for Parasitology, Entomology and Malaria Control.. Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA.. Tel.. 855-23-219271.. Fax: 855-23-216211.. socheats@cnm.. gov.. kh.. nguonc@cnm.. cheanguon@yahoo.. Chea Nguon.. http://cnm.. Institute of Parasitic Diseases.. Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention.. Shanghai, PR CHINA.. No.. : 8621-64373359 Fax: 8621-64332670.. ipdtlh@public3.. sta.. cn.. ipdcdckjc@shl63.. guanml@yahoo.. Guan Yayi.. chinacdc.. cn/.. Subdirectorate of Malaria Control.. Ditijen  ...   of Health, MALAYSIA.. 603 269 4590.. Fax: 603 269 45904/02.. mas2rahashim@yahoo.. Contact Person: Ms.. Mastura Mohd Hashim.. http://dph.. my.. Vector Borne Disease Control Section.. Disease Control Division.. Department of Public Health.. Ministry of Health, Malaysia.. dph.. my/vektor/eng/index.. htm.. Vector Borne Disease Control.. Directorate of Health.. VBDC, Department of Health.. Central Malaria Control Unit.. West Gyokone, Insein.. Yangon, MYANMAR.. Fax: (95-1) 212-605.. Tel (95-1) 640031 or 640749.. thanwinnmcp@mail4u.. mm.. myanvbdc@mptmail.. Than Win.. moh.. mm/.. Infectious Disease Office.. Department of Health.. Manila, PHILIPPINES.. 632 711 6808.. Fax: 632 711 6808.. mbaquilod@hotmail.. mcpdoh@yahoo.. Cristy Galang.. doh.. ph.. Malaria Division.. Department of Disease Control.. Ministry of Public Health, Nonthaburi, THAILAND.. 662 590 8420.. Fax: 662 591 8422.. SATIMAI@health2.. moph.. th.. wichaisatimai@yahoo.. co.. jiabk@yahoo.. Supawadee Konchom.. thaivbd.. org/cms/.. National Institute of Malariology, Entomology and Parasitology.. Ministry of Health, Hanoi, Vietnam.. 844-8543034 Fax: 844-8543015.. nimpe@netnam.. vn.. lekhanhthuan@hn.. vnn.. lxhung@netnam.. Le Xuan Hung..

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  • Title: News and Updates | Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.net
    Descriptive info: News and Updates | Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.. Friday, 13 September 2013 11:50 PHT.. Anything you need to know on the latest happenings at ACTMalaria such as upcoming trainings and workshops, newsletter releases, seminars, and other special events are found here.. 150.. record(s) found.. Page:.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. of 6.. #.. Events / Activities.. Last Post.. Views.. 10 Sep 2013.. 17.. 35.. 29 Jul 2013.. 638.. 14 Jun 2013.. 1121.. 2668.. 818.. 7.. 735.. 8.. 23 Apr 2013.. 2866.. 9.. 10 Apr 2013..  ...   62ND ANNUAL MEETING.. 29 Jan 2013.. 1561.. Entomological Monitoring and Integrated Vector Management.. 22 Jan 2013.. 3279.. 18.. ACTMalaria News Vol 15 Issue 4.. 09 Jan 2013.. 2146.. 19.. Defeating Malaria in the Americas, Europe, the ME and Pacifi.. 23 Oct 2012.. 1675.. 20.. ACTMalaria News Vol 15, Issue 3.. 22 Oct 2012.. 1423.. 21.. 11 Oct 2012.. 2016.. 22.. WHO Launch Country Case Studies on Malaria Elimination.. 1692.. 23.. ACTMalaria News Vol 15, Issue 2.. 08 Oct 2012.. 1200.. 24.. 04 Oct 2012.. 3509.. 25.. 02 Oct 2012.. 1841..

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  • Title: ACTMalaria Community • View forum - Trainings and Workshops
    Descriptive info: Board index.. Change font size.. FAQ.. Search.. Register.. Login.. Forum.. Topics.. Posts.. Last post.. Developing Instructional and Design Skills for National Training.. Developing Instructional and Design Skills for National Training in: Giemsa Malaria Microscopy, Quality Assurance and Slide Bank Operations is proposed to hold a Course to develop a nucleus of workers competent to establish national training in Basic Giemsa Malaria Microscopy (BGMM), Quality Assurance (QA) and Slide Bank Operations.. 1.. 2.. by.. Onesimus.. on Mon Feb 09, 2009 5:09 pm.. International Course on Management of Malaria Field Operations.. The curriculum is performance-based training, using current educational approach such as problem-based learning and inquiryled that allows participants to develop critical thinking and lifelong learning skills.. 3.. 7.. jufel.. on Tue Feb 19, 2013 5:16 pm.. Transfer of Training Technology Course.. The course is designed to address problems due to lack of necessary skills among health workers in malaria control in the Southeast Asian region.. tminhquy.. on Fri Mar 05, 2010 11:15 am.. Regional Training on Pharmaceutical Management.. To provide participants with the necessary knowledge, skills and tools to carry out quantification of antimalarial medicines and RDTs.. 0.. No posts.. National Training Course on PHARMACEUTICAL MANAGEMENT FOR MALARIA.. This workshop will target individuals involved in the pharmaceutical management of malaria, particularly those responsible for strategic  ...   to equip the participants with the basic skills to undertake operations research in the malaria control programs of WHO-WPRO countries.. Drug Policy Development.. This workshop will review the most recent developments related to the countries drug policy implementation, discuss areas for improvement and potential for standardization of treatment guidelines especially along country borders.. Broadening Involvement Team Training Workshop (BITTW).. This workshop aims to develop broadening involvement team in malaria control program in each member countries through the knowledge and skill in carrying out several activities such as team building, communication skills, critical thinking, problem solving and various activities related to qualitative research.. on Mon May 14, 2012 10:08 am.. Other Trainings and Workshops.. Announcements regarding trainings: scheds, place etc.. 26.. 27.. on Tue Feb 26, 2013 4:08 pm.. Jump to:.. Select a forum.. ------------------.. Country Focus.. Featured Topics.. The Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network (APMEN).. Malaria Diagnosis and Treatment.. Vector Control.. Malaria Drugs.. Epidemiology.. General Category.. General Discussions.. Comments and Suggestions.. Announcements.. News and Activities.. Job Opportunities, Fellowships and Grants.. Country Meetings.. Info Resource Center.. Who is online.. Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest.. The team.. Delete all board cookies.. Powered by.. phpBB.. 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 phpBB Group.. xabbBlue.. Theme for.. phpBB Forums.. - Designed by.. phpbb-styles.. Copyright 2009..

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  • Title: ACTMalaria Photo Gallery | Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.net
    Descriptive info: ACTMalaria Photo Gallery | Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.. Friday, 13 September 2013 11:51 PHT.. > ACTMalaria Photo Gallery.. ACTMalaria Photo Gallery.. See us in action as we compile mountain of activity photos and put them online.. Enjoy your viewing ;).. 47.. of 5.. Gallery.. 10 Dec 2012 | 5 items | 596 views.. 10 Dec 2012 | 7 items | 597 views.. This training was organized by the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (EMRO)last November 17-22, 2012 at Luxor, Egypt.. 07 Dec 2012 | 1 items | 572 views.. ACTMalaria through the funding support from PMI/USAID grant through WHO/WPRO supported and organized the training for Cambodia, Myanmar and Thailand  ...   Indonesia.. 26 Jun 2012 | 6 items | 869 views.. Conducted in Kunming, China last June 12-13, 2012.. 07 May 2012 | 1 items | 701 views.. Strengthening Quality Assurance System of Giemsa Malaria Microscopy Planning Workshop in the ACTMalaria Member Countries and in the countries of the Pacific.. May 2-4, 2012, Manila, Philippines.. 25 Apr 2012 | 14 items | 744 views.. WORLD MALARIA DAY 2012.. 20 Apr 2012 | 3 items | 710 views.. Workshop to Monitor Insecticide Resistance and Mapping of Malaria Vectors in the Greater Mekong Subregion.. March 14-16, 2012, Bangkok Thailand.. 19 Apr 2012 | 30 items | 640 views.. 16th ACTMalaria Executive Board and Partners Meeting.. March 20-21, 2012, Central Hotel, Yangon, Myanmar..

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  • Title: Executive Board Officers and Members | Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.net
    Descriptive info: Executive Board Officers and Members | Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.. Executive Board Officers and Members.. Dr Thar Tun Kyaw.. Country Coordinating Director.. Deputy Director (Malaria).. VBDC Office.. Ministry of Health.. Myanmar.. Dr Mohammad Jahirul Karim.. Vice-CCD.. Deputy Program Manager.. Mal & VBDC, DGHS.. Mohakhali, Dhaka.. Bangladesh.. Dr.. Char Meng Chuor.. Director.. National Malaria Center.. 372 Monivong Blvd.. Phnom Penh, Cambodia.. Prof Zhou Xiaonong.. National Institute of Parasitic Disease,.. 207 Ruijin ER Road, Shanghai 200025.. China.. Rita Kusriastuti.. Directorate of Vector Borne Disease Control.. Directorate General of Disease Control and Environmental Health.. Jakarta, Indonesia.. Mobile: 0816872633.. E-mail: ritakus@yahoo.. com.. Phoutnalong Vilay.. Center for Malarilogy Parasitology  ...   Disease Sector,.. Disease Control Division, Ministry of Health.. Parcel E,Aras 8, Blok E10.. Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan,.. 62590 Putrjaya, Malaysia.. Putrajaya.. Irma I.. Asuncion, MD, MHA, CESO IV.. NCPDC.. San Lazaro Compound.. Sta.. Cruz, Manila.. Philippines.. Wichai Satimai.. Director, Bureau of Vector Borne Disease,.. Ministry of Public Health,.. Nonthaburi, Thailand.. Tel: 662 590 3121.. E-Mail: wichaisatimai@yahoo.. th.. Milena Maria Lay Dos Santos.. Head of CDC Department Central Service.. Ministry of Health Caicoli Street,.. Dili Timor-Leste.. Nguyen Manh Hung.. National Institute of Malariology.. Entomology and Parasitology.. Hanoi, Vietnam.. Cecilia T.. Hugo.. Executive Coordinator.. ACTMalaria Foundation Inc.. 632 5213166-85.. Fax: 632 5365627.. E-Mail:.. cecil_hugo@actmalaria.. Joy Ann B.. Lico.. Executive Assistant.. joy_lico@actmalaria..

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  • Title: Trustees | Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.net
    Descriptive info: Trustees | Asian Collaborative Training Network for Malaria | ACTMalaria.. Duong Socheat.. Coordinating Country Director (CCD), 2007-2008.. Director, National Malaria Center.. Phnom Penh, Cambodia.. Tel: +855 23 996 202.. Mobile:+ 855 12 815 950.. Fax: +855 855 996 202.. socheatd@cnm.. Prof.. Le Khanh Thuan.. Director of National Institute of Malariology, Entomology and ParasitologyMinistry of Health, 245 Luong The Vinh St.. , Hanoi, Vietnam.. Tel : (844)8543034.. Fax: (844)8543015.. Kevin L.. Palmer.. Regional Adviser in Malaria Vector-Borne and other Parasitic Diseases, World Health Organization, Regional Office for Western Pacific..

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