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Representative from WHO Thailand, Charles Delacollete (L), Myanmars Deputy Director General (Disease Control) of Department of Health, Saw Lwin (2-L), Fatoumata Nafo-Traore (2-R), the Executive director of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership, set up in 1998 to coordinate UN, World Bank and other donors in fighting malaria worldwide, and Thailands Director General, Department of Disease Control, Porntep Siriwanarangsan (R) pose for photographs during the opening ceremony of the Meeting of the RBM and Development Partners for Experiences Exchange and Collaborative Efforts to Prevent and Control Malaria at Thailand-Myanmar Border Area in Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand, 27 October 2012. The meeting held on 27 and 28 October 2012 is to discuss better cooperation in fighting malaria. The need to contain drug-resistant malaria will also be the main topic at the Malaria 2012 ministerial conference in Sydney, Australia, from 31 October to 02 November 2012. EPA/NARONG SANGNAK
 
 
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