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Photos: Meeting of National Directors of Epidemiology and Malaria Programs

(San José, Costa Rica, 7–10 November 2005)

    Representatives from 21 endemic countries of the Americas attended this major regional meeting, along with representatives from the PAHO Regional Program on Malaria and Communicable Disease Unit and the WHO Roll Back Malaria Global Partnership.

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    2014

    “Malaria Champions of the Americas” extends deadline for nominating best practices on integrated efforts against vector-borne disease (06/25/2014)

    Malaria Champions

    The deadline for nominating innovative malaria initiatives to compete in this year’s “Malaria Champions of the Americas” contest has been extended to June 30.

    "Malaria Champions of the Americas" seeks best practices on integrated efforts against vector-borne disease (04/25/2014)

    Malaria initiatives that are integrated into programs for the control of vector-borne diseases are eligible to compete in this year's "Malaria Champions of the Americas" contest, which gets under way today, on World Malaria Day, April 25. Nominations may be submitted until June 23.

    "Small bites can be big threats," experts warn on World Health Day (04/06/2014)

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    Mosquitoes, ticks, flies and other insects can be far more than a nuisance. The diseases they carry-malaria, dengue, yellow fever, West Nile virus, Lyme disease and many others-can cause serious illness and in some cases death. In the Americas, one out of every two people lives in an area at risk of one or more of these vector-borne diseases.

    Half the population of the Americas is at risk of diseases carried by small insects (04/04/2014)

    Call to Action: “Step up the fight against vector-borne diseases in the Americas” (03/31/2014)

    PAHO Director Message on World Health Day 2014 (03/18/2014)

    2013

    PAHO Director thanks international malaria partners at U.S. Capitol (12/12/2013)

    Countries of the Americas have reduced malaria deaths by 70% since 2000, but 145 million people in the region remain at risk (12/11/2013)

    Malaria is present in 21 countries in the Americas (12/11/2013)

    Projects from Colombia, Brazil and the Dominican Republic are honored as "Malaria Champions of the Americas 2013" (11/07/2013)

    PAHO to honor Malaria Champions of the Americas on 7th Annual Malaria Day in the Americas (11/04/2013)

    Malaria in the Americas Forum 2013: Defeating Malaria in the Americas (10/22/2013)

    “Malaria Champions of the Americas” contest receives nominations until July 5 (06/17/2013)

    PAHO/WHO to support Guyana and Suriname in studies of resistance to artemisinin-based combination therapy (ACT) (05/10/2013)

    “Malaria Champions of the Americas” contest seeks best practices that integrate other health solutions (04/25/2013)

    World Malaria Report 2012 (01/10/2013)

    2012

    In the Americas, malaria cases have declined nearly 60% since 2000 (12/20/2012)

    PAHO Honors 2012 Malaria Champions of the Americas (11/09/2012)

    On 6th Annual Malaria Day in the Americas, PAHO Will Honor Malaria Champions of the Americas (11/05/2012)

    2011

    World Malaria Report 2011 (12/15/2011)

    PAHO Honors Malaria Champions of the Americas 2011 (11/09/2011)

    Países de las Américas acordaron plan para reducir la malaria, prevenir su reintroducción y mantener los logros (09/29/2011)

    AMI/RAVREDA celebró 10 años de lucha contra la malaria en el Amazonas (09/15/2011)

    Celebrating 10 Years of Collaboration: Looking into the Future Together (09/12/2011)

    AMI+RAVREDA Celebrating Ten Years of Collaboration: Looking into the Future Together (09/03/2011)

    “Malaria Champions of the Americas” Seeks Nominations of Integrated Approaches and Synergies in Efforts against Malaria (04/26/2011)

    2010

    News and Media Information about "Malaria Day in the Americas 2010" (11/12/2010)

    Interview with Dr. Carter (PAHO) and Dr.Yeny Herrera (Peru) on WALO Radio (Puerto Rico) about the "Malaria Day in the Americas 2010" (11/12/2010)

    PAHO Names "Malaria Champions of the Americas 2010" (11/04/2010)

    PAHO Celebrates Fourth Annual “Malaria Day in the Americas," Recognizes “Malaria Champions" (10/29/2010)

    Expertos en resistencia a los antimaláricos se reúnen en Panamá (07/14/2010)

    World Malaria Day: Counting Malaria Out (04/28/2010)

    Malaria Burden More than Halved in the Americas (04/22/2010)

    2009

    PAHO Honors "Malaria Champions of the Americas 2009" (10/25/2009)

    PAHO, PAHEF, and The George Washington University launch the Malaria Champions of the Americas Award (06/16/2009)

    PAHO, PAHEF, and The George Washington University launch the Malaria Champions of the Americas Award (06/16/2009)

    2008

    Malaria in the Americas: No Time to Ease Up (11/06/2008)

    2005

    Photos: Meeting of National Directors of Epidemiology and Malaria Programs (11/11/2005)

    Meeting of National Directors of Epidemiology and Malaria Programs (11/11/2005)

    Vth Meeting of the Surveillance Network for Emerging Infectious Diseases in the Amazon Countries (04/23/2005)

    2004

    Third Joint Meeting of the Networks for Surveillance of Emerging Infectious Diseases (03/01/2004)

    2002

    2nd Meeting of the Surveillance Network for Emerging Diseases in the Amazon and Southern Cone Regions (03/25/2002)

    2nd Meeting of the Surveillance Network for Emerging Diseases in the Amazon and Southern Cone Regions (03/25/2002)

    2nd Meeting of the Surveillance Network for Emerging Diseases in the Amazon and Southern Cone Regions (03/25/2002)

    2nd Meeting of the Surveillance Network for Emerging Diseases in the Amazon and Southern Cone Regions (03/25/2002)

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