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14 Dec 2018

Moving towards malaria elimination: Developing innovative tools for malaria surveillance in Cambodia

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Moving towards malaria elimination: Developing innovative tools for malaria surveillance in Cambodia

Since starting operations in 2003, Malaria Consortium has gained a great deal of experience and knowledge through technical and operational programmes and activities relating to the control of malaria and other infectious childhood and neglected tropical diseases. Organisationally, we are dedicated to ensuring our work remains grounded in the lessons we learn through implementation. We explore beyond current practice, to try out innovative ways – through research, implementation and policy development – to achieve effective and sustainable disease management and control. Collaboration and cooperation with others through our work has been paramount and much of what we have learned has been achieved through our partnerships. This series of learning papers aims to capture and collate some of the knowledge, learning and, where possible, the evidence around the focus and effectiveness of our work. By sharing this learning, we hope to provide new knowledge on public health development that will help influence and advance both policy and practice. In Cambodia, 57,423 confirmed cases of malaria were reported from the public sector in 2011. The country has set a goal of eliminating malaria by 2025.

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