The page you were trying to reach has been superceded by our new study for Africa

The MAP group has published a new study of malaria in Africa, covering the period from 2000-2015.  The data and maps for this study supercede the data available on the page you have been trying to reach.

In this new study, the authors present an analysis of the malaria burden in sub-Saharan Africa between 2000 and 2015, and quantify the effects of the interventions that have been implemented to combat the disease; they find that the prevalence of Plasmodium falciparum infection has been reduced by 50% since 2000 and the incidence of clinical disease by 40%, and that interventions have averted approximately 663 million clinical cases since 2000, with insecticide-treated bed nets being the largest contributor.

You can explore the data and maps for this new study of Africa on our Africa web pages.