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  • 2018 PMI Twelfth Annual Report
    PDF, 2.73 MB
    2018
    With PMI support, hundreds of millions of people have benefited from protective measures and have been diagnosed and treated for malaria.
  • PMI by the Numbers 2018
    PDF, 2.67 MB
    2018
    PMI by the Numbers is a visual breakdown of PMI's of progress in infographic format.
  • PMI by the Numbers 2018 (French)
    PDF, 2.70 MB
    2018
    PMI by the Numbers is a visual breakdown of PMI's of progress in infographic format.
  • 2017 PMI Eleventh Annual Report
    PDF, 4.35 MB
    2017
    With PMI support, hundreds of millions of people have benefited from protective measures and have been diagnosed and treated for malaria.
  • 2017 PMI Eleventh Annual Report Executive Summary
    PDF, 1.49 MB
    2017
    With PMI support, hundreds of millions of people have benefited from protective measures and have been diagnosed and treated for malaria.
  • 2017 PMI Eleventh Annual Report Executive Summary (French)
    PDF, 6.82 MB
    2017
  • 2017 PMI Eleventh Annual Report Executive Summary (Portuguese)
    PDF, 1.06 MB
    2017
  • 2016 PMI Tenth Annual Report
    PDF, 12.07 MB
    2016
    April 2016
    The fight against malaria is making historic gains across sub-Saharan Africa, thanks to the contributions of PMI and other partners.
  • 2016 PMI Tenth Annual Report Executive Summary
    PDF, 8.40 MB
    2016
    April 2016
    The fight against malaria is making historic gains across sub-Saharan Africa, thanks to the contributions of PMI and other partners.
  • 2016 PMI Tenth Annual Report Executive Summary (French)
    PDF, 8.81 MB
    2016
    April 2016
    The fight against malaria is making historic gains across sub-Saharan Africa, thanks to the contributions of PMI and other partners.
  • 2016 PMI Tenth Annual Report Executive Summary (Portuguese)
    PDF, 8.45 MB
    2016
    April 2016
    The fight against malaria is making historic gains across sub-Saharan Africa, thanks to the contributions of PMI and other partners.
  • 2015 PMI Ninth Annual Report
    PDF, 6.40 MB
    2015
    April 2015
    The fight against malaria is making historic gains across sub-Saharan Africa, thanks to the contributions of PMI and other partners.
  • 2015 PMI Ninth Annual Report Executive Summary
    PDF, 1.70 MB
    2015
    April 2015
    The fight against malaria is making historic gains across sub-Saharan Africa, thanks to the contributions of PMI and other partners.
  • 2015 PMI Ninth Annual Report Executive Summary (French)
    PDF, 8.13 MB
    2015
    April 2015
    The fight against malaria is making historic gains across sub-Saharan Africa, thanks to the contributions of PMI and other partners.
  • 2015 PMI Ninth Annual Report Executive Summary (Portuguese)
    PDF, 2.97 MB
    2015
    April 2015
    The fight against malaria is making historic gains across sub-Saharan Africa, thanks to the contributions of PMI and other partners.
  • 2014 PMI Eighth Annual Report
    PDF, 4.52 MB
    2014
    April 2014
    Across sub-Saharan Africa, where countries have scaled up insecticide-treated mosquito nets (ITNs), indoor residual spraying (IRS), improved diagnostic tests, and highly effective antimalarial drugs, mortality in children under five years of age has fallen dramatically. Malaria control is at a key juncture - without sustained and vigilant efforts, the great progress made could be quickly reversed.
  • 2014 PMI Eighth Annual Report Executive Summary
    PDF, 6.38 MB
    2014
    April 2014
    Across sub-Saharan Africa, where countries have scaled up insecticide-treated mosquito nets (ITNs), indoor residual spraying (IRS), improved diagnostic tests, and highly effective antimalarial drugs, mortality in children under five years of age has fallen dramatically. Malaria control is at a key juncture - without sustained and vigilant efforts, the great progress made could be quickly reversed.
  • 2014 PMI Eighth Annual Report Executive Summary (French)
    PDF, 890.29 KB
    2014
    April 2014
    Across sub-Saharan Africa, where countries have scaled up insecticide-treated mosquito nets (ITNs), indoor residual spraying (IRS), improved diagnostic tests, and highly effective antimalarial drugs, mortality in children under five years of age has fallen dramatically. Malaria control is at a key juncture - without sustained and vigilant efforts, the great progress made could be quickly reversed.
  • 2014 PMI Eighth Annual Report Executive Summary (Portuguese)
    PDF, 889.72 KB
    2014
    April 2014
    Across sub-Saharan Africa, where countries have scaled up insecticide-treated mosquito nets (ITNs), indoor residual spraying (IRS), improved diagnostic tests, and highly effective antimalarial drugs, mortality in children under five years of age has fallen dramatically. Malaria control is at a key juncture - without sustained and vigilant efforts, the great progress made could be quickly reversed.
  • 2013 PMI Seventh Annual Report
    PDF, 4.56 MB
    2013
    April 2013
    To date, 12 of the original 15 PMI focus countries have data from paired nationwide surveys that were conducted since PMI activities began. All 12 countries have documented a decline in mortality rates among children under five years of age.
  • 2013 PMI Seventh Annual Report Executive Summary
    PDF, 1.30 MB
    2013
    April 2013
    Since PMI’s launch in 2005, impressive gains in malaria control have been documented in PMI focus countries. To date, 12 of the original 15 PMI focus countries have data from paired nationwide surveys that were conducted since PMI activities began.
  • 2013 PMI Seventh Annual Report Executive Summary (French)
    PDF, 9.12 MB
    2013
    April 2013
    Since PMI’s launch in 2005, impressive gains in malaria control have been documented in PMI focus countries. To date, 12 of the original 15 PMI focus countries have data from paired nationwide surveys that were conducted since PMI activities began.
  • 2013 PMI Seventh Annual Report Executive Summary (Portuguese)
    PDF, 6.89 MB
    2013
    April 2013
    Since PMI’s launch in 2005, impressive gains in malaria control have been documented in PMI focus countries. To date, 12 of the original 15 PMI focus countries have data from paired nationwide surveys that were conducted since PMI activities began.
  • 2012 PMI Sixth Annual Report
    PDF, 10.22 MB
    2012
    April 2012
    Over the past five years, many African countries have reported substantial progress in reducing their burden of malaria. Mortality in children under five years of age has fallen dramatically across sub-Saharan Africa in association with a massive scale-up of malaria control efforts with insecticide-treated mosquito nets (ITNs), indoor residual spraying (IRS), improved diagnostic tests, and highly effective antimalarial drugs.
  • 2012 PMI Sixth Annual Report Executive Summary
    PDF, 942.83 KB
    2012
    April 2012
    Eleven of the original 15 PMI focus countries now have results from at least two nationwide household surveys that measured mortality in children under five years of age: a baseline survey and a follow-up survey three or more years after PMI support began. All 11 paired surveys demonstrate reductions in all-cause, under-five mortality rates, ranging from 16 percent (Malawi) to 50 percent (Rwanda).
  • 2012 PMI Sixth Annual Report Executive Summary (French)
    PDF, 12.22 MB
    2012
    April 2012
    Eleven of the original 15 PMI focus countries now have results from at least two nationwide household surveys that measured mortality in children under five years of age: a baseline survey and a follow-up survey three or more years after PMI support began. All 11 paired surveys demonstrate reductions in all-cause, under-five mortality rates, ranging from 16 percent (Malawi) to 50 percent (Rwanda).
  • 2012 PMI Sixth Annual Report Executive Summary (Portuguese)
    PDF, 12.87 MB
    2012
    April 2012
    Eleven of the original 15 PMI focus countries now have results from at least two nationwide household surveys that measured mortality in children under five years of age: a baseline survey and a follow-up survey three or more years after PMI support began. All 11 paired surveys demonstrate reductions in all-cause, under-five mortality rates, ranging from 16 percent (Malawi) to 50 percent (Rwanda).
  • 2011 PMI Fifth Annual Report
    PDF, 5.77 MB
    2011
    April 2011
    During the last 12 months, in coordination with national malaria control programs and other partners, PMI has assisted the 15 original focus countries to increase access to four proven malaria prevention and treatment measures: insecticide-treated mosquito nets (ITNs); indoor residual spraying with insecticides (IRS); intermittent preventive treatment for pregnant women (IPTp); and improved laboratory diagnosis and appropriate treatment, including artemisinin-based combination therapies (ACTs).
  • 2011 PMI Fifth Annual Report Executive Summary
    PDF, 1.66 MB
    2011
    April 2011
    This report describes the role and contributions of the USG to reduce the burden of malaria in Africa and its impact on health systems. The activities and results described in this Executive Summary represent the effect of the first four years of PMI funding (fiscal years 2006–2009), or approximately 60 percent of the $1.265 billion requested for the Initiative.
  • 2011 PMI Fifth Annual Report Executive Summary (French)
    PDF, 4.84 MB
    2011
    April 2011
    This report describes the role and contributions of the USG to reduce the burden of malaria in Africa and its impact on health systems. The activities and results described in this Executive Summary represent the effect of the first four years of PMI funding (fiscal years 2006–2009), or approximately 60 percent of the $1.265 billion requested for the Initiative.
  • 2011 PMI Fifth Annual Report Executive Summary (Portuguese)
    PDF, 1.50 MB
    2011
    April 2011
    This report describes the role and contributions of the USG to reduce the burden of malaria in Africa and its impact on health systems. The activities and results described in this Executive Summary represent the effect of the first four years of PMI funding (fiscal years 2006–2009), or approximately 60 percent of the $1.265 billion requested for the Initiative.
  • 2010 PMI Fourth Annual Report
    PDF, 6.23 MB
    2010
    April 2010
    Four years into PMI, dramatic increases in the coverage of malaria control measures are being documented in nationwide household surveys as a result of the contributions of PMI, prior USG assistance, national governments, and other donors.
  • 2010 PMI Fourth Annual Report Executive Summary
    PDF, 3.77 MB
    2010
    April 2010
    In all six PMI countries with paired nationwide household surveys, substantial reductions in all-cause mortality in children under five years of age have been documented; these reductions range from 19 to 36 percent.
  • 2010 PMI Fourth Annual Report Executive Summary (French)
    PDF, 7.16 MB
    2010
    April 2010
    In all six PMI countries with paired nationwide household surveys, substantial reductions in all-cause mortality in children under five years of age have been documented; these reductions range from 19 to 36 percent.
  • 2010 PMI Fourth Annual Report Executive Summary (Portuguese)
    PDF, 3.87 MB
    2010
    April 2010
    In all six PMI countries with paired nationwide household surveys, substantial reductions in all-cause mortality in children under five years of age have been documented; these reductions range from 19 to 36 percent.
  • 2009 PMI Third Annual Report
    PDF, 4.52 MB
    2009
    March 2009
    In the third year of the Initiative, PMI-supported malaria prevention and treatment measures were expanded across all 15 focus countries.
  • 2009 PMI Third Annual Report Executive Summary
    PDF, 689.77 KB
    2009
    March 2009
    Progress under PMI in scaling up malaria prevention and control interventions during the last 36 months has been dramatic.
  • 2009 PMI Third Annual Report Executive Summary (French)
    PDF, 2.61 MB
    2009
    March 2009
    Progress under PMI in scaling up malaria prevention and control interventions during the last 36 months has been dramatic.
  • 2009 PMI Third Annual Report Executive Summary (Portuguese)
    PDF, 2.68 MB
    2009
    March 2009
    Progress under PMI in scaling up malaria prevention and control interventions during the last 36 months has been dramatic.
  • 2008 PMI Second Annual Report
    PDF, 5.27 MB
    2008
    March 2008
    The rapid scale-up of PMI-supported malaria prevention and treatment measures continued into the second year of the Initiative and already signs of impact on malaria transmission are emerging.
  • 2008 PMI Second Annual Report Executive Summary
    PDF, 938.24 KB
    2008
    March 2008
    Progress in scaling-up malaria prevention and control interventions during the last 12 months has been dramatic. There is now growing optimism within national malaria control programs and among partners that malaria in sub-Saharan Africa can be controlled.
  • 2008 PMI Second Annual Report Executive Summary (French)
    PDF, 326.98 KB
    2008
    March 2008
    Progress in scaling-up malaria prevention and control interventions during the last 12 months has been dramatic. There is now growing optimism within national malaria control programs and among partners that malaria in sub-Saharan Africa can be controlled.
  • 2008 PMI Second Annual Report Executive Summary (Portuguese)
    PDF, 331.48 KB
    2008
    March 2008
    Progress in scaling-up malaria prevention and control interventions during the last 12 months has been dramatic. There is now growing optimism within national malaria control programs and among partners that malaria in sub-Saharan Africa can be controlled.
  • 2007 PMI First Annual Report
    PDF, 2.58 MB
    2007
    March 2007
    During the first nine months of the Initiative, PMI supported highly successful indoor residual spraying campaigns in all first-year countries. These campaigns protected more than two million people and were the first wide-scale spraying programs in these countries in decades.