National Malaria Center of Cambodia
The National Center for Parasitology, Entomology and Malaria Control (CNM) is a government agency responsible for directing and supervising the control of vector-borne disease in Cambodia. In conjunction with disease control the Center creates health education programs and manages scientific research projects. It is governed by the Ministry of Health. Main offices of the Center are located in Phnom Penh; the Center Director is Dr. Doung Socheat.
The Center has four principal disease targets:
- DHF - Dengue haemorrhagic fever
- Filariasis and schistosomiasis
- Intestinal parasitic infections
Sanction and affiliation
Internationally, the Center works with the World Health Organization, World Bank, European Commission, USAID, JICA, IFRC and many others. Domestically, the Center works with the Ministry of Health, Ministry of National Defence, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, and others.
- National Malaria Center, homepage
- The Asian Liver Fluke Network, 'Founders of the Liver Fluke Network'
- Large-scale malaria survey in Cambodia: Novel insights on species distribution and risk factors, peer review abstract of CNM-affiliated research at PubMed
- Ministry of Health, homepage
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