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The MORU Tropical Health Network, which hosts the ‘Thailand Wellcome Africa and Asia Programme’, conducts targeted clinical and public health research that aims to discover and develop appropriate, practical, affordable interventions that measurably improve the health of people living in resource-limited parts of the world.

A large group of Cambodian school children looking intently whilst being educated on the prevention of malaria. © MORU 2019. Photographer: Nicky Almasy.
Students in Siam Pang, Cambodia attend a session educating them on the prevention and treatment of malaria. Run alongside the current TACT-CV project there, the school learning is supported by MORU's Bioethics & Engagement team