Preparing for climate change effect on Southeast Asia epidemics
Senior analyst at the Centre for Non-Traditional Security, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies
PREMIUM June 15 marked ASEAN Dengue Day. As countries started realizing that strengthening regional cooperation was critical to addressing the tropical disease endemic in many ASEAN member states, the initiative began with the Jakarta Call for Action on the Control and Prevention of Dengue in 2011. Countries in the region have put in place some measures to fight dengue. However, climate change may p...
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