Malaria deaths are on the decline thanks to a concerted international effort over the past decade – mortality rates have fallen globally by more than 47% since 2000.
Most deaths occur among children living in Africa where a child dies every minute from malaria. Malaria mortality rates among children in Africa have been reduced by an estimated 58% since 2000.
UNITAID has helped achieve such progress by ensuring that vulnerable populations have access to affordable and quality products to test, treat and prevent this mosquito-borne disease.

Read more about our malaria response here.

Discover our individual Malaria projects here:



ACCESS-SMC: seasonal malaria chemoprevention in the Sahel

Improving severe malaria outcomes   sustainable-global-and-national-quality-control-for-malaria-rapid-diagnostic-tests-s-image

Creating a Private Sector Market for Quality-Assured RDTs in Malaria-Endemic Countries   Artemisinin and ACT Demand and Supply Forecasting

Affordable Medicines for Malaria AMFm   Assured Artemisinin Supply Service A2S2
Scaling-Up Bed Net Coverage   ACT Scale-Up

ACT scale-up for Burundi and Liberia    

Last updated June 2014