President's Malaria Initiative (PMI)

President's Malaria Initiative (PMI)

Consultation date: 12 December 2017

Malaria elimination strategy

Building upon the progress to date in PMI-supported countries, PMI aims to work with NMCPs and partners to accomplish the following objectives by 2020:

  1. Reduce malaria mortality by one-third from 2015 levels in PMI-supported countries, achieving a greater than 80 percent reduction from PMI’s original 2000 baseline levels.
  2. Reduce malaria morbidity in PMI-supported countries by 40 percent from 2015 levels. 
  3. Assist at least five PMI-supported countries to meet the WHO criteria for national or sub-national pre-elimination.

 To achieve these objectives, PMI will take a strategic approach which emphasizes the following five areas:

  •  Achieving and sustaining scale of proven interventions
  • Adapting to changing epidemiology and incorporating new tools
  • Improving countries’ capacity to collect and use information
  • Mitigating risk against the current malaria control gains
  • Building capacity and health systems.


Funding 89 project(s)

Sep 2011 to Oct 2011

Oromia project

  |  Guelaye Sall
Apr 2012 to Jun 2014

Assessment of Diagnostic and Treatment algorithm

2014 to 2018

LLIN Durability Monitoring

Oct 2011 to Oct 2016

CAP-MALARIA: Control and Prevention of Malaria


Partnering on 6 project(s)

Sahel Malaria Elimination Initiative (SaME Initiative)

2016 to 2019