CAP-Malaria - Home
Title: CAP-Malaria - Home
Keywords: cap-malaria, malaria, plasmodium, falciparum, thailand, cambodia, burma, usaid, greater mekong sub-region, mdr, urc, pmi
Description: Control and Prevention of Malaria Project (CAP-Malaria) strives for systematic control of malaria in affected border regions of Thailand, Cambodia, and Burma, aiming to contain the spread of multi-drug resistant P. falciparum malaria in the Greater Mekong Sub-region. is ranked 14227718 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $8,506. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Purchase/Sale Value: $8,506
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Yearly Revenue: $8,506
Daily Unique Visitors 2,144
Monthly Unique Visitors: 64,320
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CAP-Malaria - Home Home About us What we do CAP-Malaria Leadership Where we work Our network Accessibility Site Map News Center Recent News Press Releases News archives Global Malaria Newsfeed by Google Photo Library Partner with us Career opportunities Grants Resources Downloads Malaria Search Engine Contact us CAP-Malaria Cambodia staff bringing services to hard-to-reach remote areas USAID’s CAP-Malaria Strengthens Capacity to Eliminate Malaria in Sampov Loun Operational District, Cambodia The Mekong region has made considerable progress in reducing the burden of malaria. Between 1990 and 2012, annual malaria deaths dropped by 95% and the number of confirmed cases declined by 60%. However, progress has been uneven. Viet Nam, Thailand, and Yunnan Province in China have made the most progress in reducing the burden of malaria. While malaria control in Cambodia and Lao PDR has improved, malaria incidence continues to be high. Malaria control in the region is challenged by high internal and cross-border migration due to economic opportunities. Mobile and migrant workers often lack access to health services available to the general population as many live and... US Ambassador Interpersonal communication before Mass Screening and treatment (MSaT) Moblie Clinic & Day 3 Case Management activities by CAP-M staff in Ann World Malaria Day 2014 – Thailand World Malaria Day 2014 –The PMI/USAID Control and Prevention of Malaria (CAP-Malaria) project co-organized Malaria Day events targeted villages in Thailand and Cambodia during April and May 2014, and in Burma during June 2014. In Thailand, Malaria Day event is a locally driven activity where PMI/USAID CAP-M project together with local implementing partners organized Malaria-focused activities in selected villages throughout the month of April. These commemorative Malaria Day events serve to promote awareness among local officials and remind residents of the existing malaria risks in the local communities in a friendly atmosphere. The activitiesaim to mobilize community to participate... BCC Materials for Malaria High Risk Population in Chanthaburi Province, Thailand BCC material is extremely important to reinforce malaria messages among high risk population after getting face to face education. In another word, it is useful for raising malaria awareness of people who stay at the remote areas where there is a limited accessing to mass media. The pictures show the interest of people who were reading the malaria pamphlets for better understanding on malaria, October 2013,Banplaeng Moo 6 Nongtakong sub-district Pongnamron district Chanthaburi. See more activities photos on CAP-Malaria facebook page Malaria health education for cross-border Cambodian migrant worker The areas along the Thai-Cambodia border have been found as the place where malaria drug resistance firstly emerged. The spreading of malaria resistant parasites is the hot issue which has been debated. Regarding to this, the dynamic movement of cross-border migrant workers strongly associated with the issue because they are the prospective parasite carriers. Contributing to overcome this concern, CAP-Malaria has taken for granted working with partners and counterparts to educate cross-border migrants though various communication channels. The picture shows the malaria education to Cambodian migrant workers activity performed byVector Borne Disease Unit staff using flipchart developed by... Previous Next Newsletter Newsletter 13rd Issue (January-March 2016) Our Visitor 0189461 Today Yesterday This Week Last Week This Month Last Month All days 220 451 4026 5469 9045 24461 189461 Forecast Today 336 34.70% 7.43% 6.72% 3.55% 0.86% 46.75% Online (15 minutes ago):4 4 guests no members Your IP: Visitor Counter Follow us on Facebook See our work on Youtube Click here to watch more of our videos. You are here: Home Home | Who we are | What we do | News center |Resources | Partner with us | Contact Us | Site Map | Staff Login Copyright ? 2012. All Rights Reserved. CAP-Malaria Project. The CAP-Malaria Project is funded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID) RDMA under Cooperative Agreement Number AID-486-A-12-00001. This website is made possible by the support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents of this website are the sole responsibility of University Research Co., LLC, and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government. Whois