Tropical diseases have a big impact on both individuals and the community. Many tropical diseases are difficult to eradicate as there are no vaccines (dengue or malaria) and their control and prevention involves vigilance by private companies, the government and us as individuals in relation to our surroundings. Insect-borne diseases are the most prevalent in ASEAN areas.
- Prevention of Mosquito and other Insect Breeding (particularly for dengue and malaria)
- Treatment and Vaccinations (particularly for dengue and malaria)
- Government Law, Regulations, Policies and Standards
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