Myanmar’s Malaria Successes Highlight Need For Collaboration, Trust Building Among National, Local Governments, Other Partners

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Fight against malaria unites old foes in Myanmar
“…The need to collaborate is even more pressing now as progress in fighting malaria is threatened by parasite resistance to drugs used to treat the disease, which is spread by mosquitoes. … Aung Kyaw Htwe, the government’s health director of Kayin state, said that after decades of conflict all sides had to recognize that it would take time to build trust…” (Zweynert, 12/18).

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