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Updated in EWS Jul 3, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Sep 30, 2016
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Malaria eliminated across Cambodia by 2025 (National Malaria Control Program, National Centre for Parasitology, Entomology and Malaria Control); (ii) Malaria fully eliminated in Lao PDR by 2030 (National Strategy for Malaria Control and Elimination - East Asia Summit Statement 2014); and (iii) Malaria fully eliminated in Myanmar by 2030 (National Comprehensive Development Plan, Health Sector 2011-2012 to 2030-2031, East Asia Summit Statement 2014.
ADB will recruit nongovernment organizations (NGOs) to execute the TA activities from January 2016-June 2017: (i) for development and the roll out of the malaria program surveillance system malaria data collection, reporting and analysis in Myanmar; (ii) for the development and roll out of laboratory quality assurance control for malaria testing in Myanmar; (iii) for the identification of needs and/or service delivery for migrants and mobile populations (MMPs) in private sector projects in Myanmar; (iv) for the identification of needs and service delivery for MMPs in Cambodia; and (v) for the identification of needs and service delivery for MMPs in Lao PDR.
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Ms. Ayako Inagaki, Director, SEHS
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