APMEN VCWG is organizing the regular technical webinar focusing on concepts of community participation and engagement in vector control tools utilization and prevention on November 25, 2:00 pm Singapore time.

Waging a malaria elimination campaign without community support is like fighting a battle with one arm tied behind your back. We need the people who bear the brunt of malaria to understand what elimination program objectives are, and gain their help to identify, deliver and assess solutions likely to achieve these objectives. To successfully prevent malaria and other vector borne diseases, communities at risk need to be able to access the right tools, understand the benefits of using or facilitating (in the case of indoor residual spraying) vector control methods, seek diagnosis for fever and complete treatment for confirmed cases. As key stakeholders committed to eliminating malaria in Asia Pacific, we need to better understand how to effectively engage communities to achieve vector control program and elimination objectives. These are the issues we will explore during this next APMEN TechTalks, lessons and insights from experienced persons in this field. It is a subject we should all learn more about.

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Register here: https://tiny.cc/APMENTechTalksNov25