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Roll Back Malaria Progress & Impact Series

Malaria in the Asia-Pacific (INFOGRAPHIC)

An estimated 34 million cases of malaria occur each year outside Africa, causing 46,000 deaths. Nearly all of those - 30 million cases and 42,000 deaths - occur in the Asia-Pacif region. Many countires have made significant progress in rolling back malaria, and some are already implementing plans for eliminating the disease altogether.

Find out how your country is doing from the infographic below, which shows the estimated number of malaria cases each year, the "probable and confirmed" cases, as well as the current phase of the malaria response in each contry.

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