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    Malaria Vector Surveillance for Elimination (MVSE)

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    Malaria Vector Surveillance for Elimination (MVSE)

    1st Malaria Vector Surveillance for Elimination (MVSE)
    2nd Malaria Vector Surveillance for Elimination (MVSE)
    3rd Malaria Vector Surveillance for Elimination (MVSE)

    The inaugural training course of APMEN’s flagship capacity development program for Asia Pacific NMCP and partner institutions. The course aims to ensure national program entomologists in the countries are trained in entomological surveillance and best practice field and laboratory techniques relevant to control and elimination settings; this capacity building exercise hopes to also contribute to achievement of the regional targets set for malaria elimination, by making vector control more efficient, cost-effective, ecologically sound and sustainable.

    MVSE is the flagship training program initiated by APMEN. It specifically targets capacity gaps in vector identification (morphology and molecular) and mapping, insecticide-resistance testing, and data-informed decision making for vector control strategies

    The Joint APMEN – Mohanlal Sukhadia University 3rd International Training Course on Malaria Vector Surveillance for Elimination

    Vector control is the single most effective intervention for achieving a reduction in malaria transmission. Such vector control must be underpinned by a thorough understanding of which vector species are present in a particular area, relative abundance of the various species, breeding site preference, feeding and resting behavior, insecticide susceptibility, data management, data interpretation, all of this then integrated into an effective vector control plan. Each of these elements requires knowledge and skills for effective data sourcing, processing and application, without which vector control programmes would be wasteful and misdirected, or even completely ineffective. APMEN adds value to such capacity gaps which often occur in programmes, to achieve optimized levels of vector surveillance which is the foundation for effective vector control interventions. 

    This July, we have conducted The Joint APMEN – Mohanlal Sukhadia University 3rd International Training Course on Malaria Vector Surveillance for Elimination in Rajasthan India. Twenty-one candidates from seven countries across the South Asia region have been selected competitively for this course.

    3rd MVSE_Dr Yadav: Dengue status and control
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    3rd MVSE_Dr Sharma: NMCP Entomologists
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    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 0. Ento surveillance
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    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 1. Intro ESPT
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    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 2. Priority questions
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    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 3. Essential indicator
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    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 4. Sampling methods
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    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 5. Site selection
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    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 6. Sampling design
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    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 7. Data management
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    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 8. Decision trees
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    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 9. Gaps in Protection
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    ESPT Entomological Surveillance Planning Tool
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    3rd MVSE_Prof Manguin: Anopheles species Complex
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    3rd MVSE_Dr Ashokan: Dichotomous key presentations
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    3rd MVSE_PT Joshi: Data recording
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    3rd MVSE_PT Joshi: Larva collection
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    3rd MVSE_PT Joshi: Larva processing
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    3rd MVSE_Dr Himmat Singh: Overview of PCR and ELISA
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    1st Malaria Vector Surveillance for Elimination (MVSE)

    The inaugural training course of APMEN’s flagship capacity development program for Asia Pacific NMCP and partner institutions. The course aims to ensure national program entomologists in the countries are trained in entomological surveillance and best practice field and laboratory techniques relevant to control and elimination settings; this capacity building exercise hopes to also contribute to achievement of the regional targets set for malaria elimination, by making vector control more efficient, cost-effective, ecologically sound and sustainable.

    2nd Malaria Vector Surveillance for Elimination (MVSE)

    MVSE is the flagship training program initiated by APMEN. It specifically targets capacity gaps in vector identification (morphology and molecular) and mapping, insecticide-resistance testing, and data-informed decision making for vector control strategies

    3rd Malaria Vector Surveillance for Elimination (MVSE)

    The Joint APMEN – Mohanlal Sukhadia University 3rd International Training Course on Malaria Vector Surveillance for Elimination

    Vector control is the single most effective intervention for achieving a reduction in malaria transmission. Such vector control must be underpinned by a thorough understanding of which vector species are present in a particular area, relative abundance of the various species, breeding site preference, feeding and resting behavior, insecticide susceptibility, data management, data interpretation, all of this then integrated into an effective vector control plan. Each of these elements requires knowledge and skills for effective data sourcing, processing and application, without which vector control programmes would be wasteful and misdirected, or even completely ineffective. APMEN adds value to such capacity gaps which often occur in programmes, to achieve optimized levels of vector surveillance which is the foundation for effective vector control interventions. 

    This July, we have conducted The Joint APMEN – Mohanlal Sukhadia University 3rd International Training Course on Malaria Vector Surveillance for Elimination in Rajasthan India. Twenty-one candidates from seven countries across the South Asia region have been selected competitively for this course.

    3rd MVSE_Dr Yadav: Dengue status and control
    Download PDF
    3rd MVSE_Dr Sharma: NMCP Entomologists
    Download PDF
    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 0. Ento surveillance
    Download PDF
    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 1. Intro ESPT
    Download PDF
    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 2. Priority questions
    Download PDF
    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 3. Essential indicator
    Download PDF
    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 4. Sampling methods
    Download PDF
    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 5. Site selection
    Download PDF
    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 6. Sampling design
    Download PDF
    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 7. Data management
    Download PDF
    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 8. Decision trees
    Download PDF
    3rd MVSE_Prof Lobo: 9. Gaps in Protection
    Download PDF
    ESPT Entomological Surveillance Planning Tool
    Download PDF
    3rd MVSE_Prof Manguin: Anopheles species Complex
    Download PDF
    3rd MVSE_Dr Ashokan: Dichotomous key presentations
    Visit website
    3rd MVSE_PT Joshi: Data recording
    Download PDF
    3rd MVSE_PT Joshi: Larva collection
    Download PDF
    3rd MVSE_PT Joshi: Larva processing
    Download PDF
    3rd MVSE_Dr Himmat Singh: Overview of PCR and ELISA
    Download PDF