2012 Country Roadmaps
2010 was a land mark year for malaria endemic countries, with several of them achieving universal coverage with LLINs in particular for their target population. Significant progress was also seen with the other interventions (ACTs, RDT, IRS and IPT).
The 2011 country roadmaps have been developed to maintain those gains, and for the countries that did not achieve universal coverage to catch up.
In 2012, 94% endemic countries in Africa (44 out of 47) implemented malaria control roadmaps. For more details see 2012 Malaria Control Roadmaps Implementation progress report.
Countries are now in the process of creating their 2013 roadmaps.
2012 Country Roadmaps: [as of January 2013]
- Burkina Faso
- Central African Republic
- Côte d'Ivoire
- DR Congo
- Guinea Bissau
- Sao Tome-et-Principe
- Sierra Leone
- South Africa
- South Sudan