Trends on non-malaria indicators of 31 malaria risk districts in Nepal between 2004 and 2012. Panel A, B and C show trends of all cause new visits for outpatient consultation, incidence of acute respiratory infections (ARI) among children and incidence of childhood diarrhoeal diseases (CDD), respectively. All cause new visits for outpatient consultation was calculated as percentage of target population of each district. This includes a very small portion of malaria patients for outpatient consultation. Due to unavailability of complete data of outpatients for malaria consultation, only non-malaria consultation portion could not be computed. Graphs show trend plot, mean and 95% CI. The symbol (*) represents a statistically significant difference at P < 0.05 (Two-tailed). The incidences of ARI and CDD were computed per 1,000 children under five years (new visits or cases).