Highlight important global malaria patterns through the use of interactive data visualizations.
Explore relationships between the economic status of a country and malaria incidence.
Show how the right mix of strategies by WHO certified malaria-free countries can lead to remarkable strides in malaria elimination.
The Malaria Eradication Interactive Project is a public health tool that provides interactive maps showing the global distribution of malaria and its relationship to GDP per capita. It also features information on successful malaria prevention and control strategies used by malaria-free countries that were WHO certified during the period of 2000 to 2021.
The ultimate goal of this project is to aid in the elimination of malaria by making existing data on the disease more accessible and presenting it in a visual format that is easier to understand and draw insights from. By doing so, the project hopes to contribute to the global effort to eradicate malaria.