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From: The role of monitoring and evaluation to ensure functional access to community-based early diagnosis and treatment in a malaria elimination programme in Eastern Myanmar

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METF malaria posts that underwent monitoring and evaluation in the Karen/Kayin state of Myanmar. Area 1, in grey, is the least economically developed and consists of mountainous forest regions making travel and transportation challenging. Area 2, in pink, is divided by the Dawna range and consists both of sparsely distributed villages and more densely populated areas around cities of Hpa’an and Hlaingbwe. Similarly, Area 3, in green, consists of sparsely distributed villages divided by forests and mountains with more densely populated areas near Myawaddy and Kawkareik [16]. The yellow circles represent the villages where malaria posts have been visited during M&E, the grey circles represent unvisited malaria posts, and the grey squares represent other villages

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