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Table 3 Targeted interventions for screening, treatment, and prevention of malaria in populations at higher risk among APMEN country partners

From: Targeting populations at higher risk for malaria: a survey of national malaria elimination programmes in the Asia Pacific

   BGD BTN KHM CHN PRK IDN MYS NPL PHL KOR SLB THA VUT VNM
Diagnostic screening or testing
 Of overseas UN peacekeepers upon return             
 Of military             
 Of incoming migrant workers at borders             
 Of incoming foreign students, volunteers              
 Of returning overseas workers              
 Of individuals moving between endemic and non-endemic regions within the same country              
 Of workers at logging camps, plantations, native settlements in malarious area            
Treatment
 Available at health facility          
Prevention
 Personal protection and vector control              
 Long-lasting insecticide treated net     
 Indoor residual spraying             
 Spatial repellents           
Chemoprophylaxis               
 For military              
 For pregnant women              
 For travelers            
 For individuals moving between endemic and non-endemic regions               
 Mass drug administration               
 Implemented            
 Planned or piloted              
  1. Conditional MDA (e.g. VNM only applies MDA with ACTs in case of outbreaks), Small-scale pilot or in planning stages only
  2. BGD Bangladesh, BTN Bhutan, KHM Cambodia, CHN China, PRK Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, IDN Indonesia, MYS Malaysia, NPL Nepal, PHL Philippines, KOR Republic of Korea, SLB Solomon Islands, THA Thailand, VUT Vanuatu, VNM Vietnam