The number of malaria cases in Burma has been reduced by 85 percent since 2012, and the country is now aiming to be a malaria-free country by 2030, according to Dr. Aung Thi of the National Malaria Elimination Project.
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Drug resistant malaria has been found across Burma, risking a global crisis if it moves into India or Africa. Ranked as the country with the worst burden of malaria in[…]
Leaders of the 18 East Asia Summit countries committed last week to an ambitious goal of eliminating malaria from the region within the next 15 years. According to a statement[…]
Marking World Malaria Day on 25 April, focus has turned to Burma where a pilot scheme has been introduced in Myeik to promote positive behavior and greater knowledge of the[…]
Infection rates high in rural Burma but with some of the world’s lowest per capita spending on healthcare, prospects are slim
World Health Organisation warns about growing resistance of mosquitoes to most effective anti-malarial drug
May 28, 2008 (DVB), Solo protestor U Ohn Than, 62, has been suffering from cerebral malaria while in solitary confinement in Khandi Prison in Kachin State, according to a family[…]