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Table 1 34 malaria-eliminating countries, national elimination goals (as of 2015), and study inclusion status

From: Global fund financing to the 34 malaria-eliminating countries under the new funding model 2014–2017: an analysis of national allocations and regional grants

Country National elimination goal Eligible for national funding in 2014 Eligible for funding through a regional initiative Meets inclusion criteria for this analysis?
Eastern Mediterranean and Europe
 Algeria 2015 Not eligible n/a No
 Azerbaijan 2013 Not eligible n/a Yes
 Iran (Islamic Rep.)a 2025 Not eligible n/a Yes
 Kyrgyzstan 2015 Yes n/a Yes
 Saudi Arabia 2015 Not eligible n/a No
 Tajikistan 2015 Yes n/a Yes
 Turkey 2015 Not eligible n/a No
 Uzbekistan 2015 Yes n/a Yes
The Americas
 Argentina NNEG Not eligible n/a No
 Belizeb 2020 Not eligible yes Yes
 Costa Ricab 2020 Not eligible yes Yes
 Dominican Republicb 2020 Not eligible yes Yes
 El Salvadorb 2020 Yes yes Yes
 Mexicob 2020 Not eligible n/a No
 Nicaraguab 2020 Yes yes Yes
 Panamab 2020 Not eligible yes Yes
 Paraguay 2015 Yes n/a Yes
South-East Asia and Western Pacific
 Bhutan 2018 Yes n/a Yes
 China 2020 Not eligible n/a No
 Korea, Dem. Rep. 2025 Yes n/a Yes
 Malaysia 2020 Not eligible n/a No
 Philippines 2030 Yes n/a Yes
 Republic of Korea 2017 Not eligible n/a No
 Solomon Islands 2035 Yes n/a Yes
 Sri Lanka 2014 Yes n/a Yes
 Thailand 2030 Yes yes Yes
 Vanuatu 2025 Yes n/a Yes
 Vietnam 2030 Yes yes Yes
Sub-Saharan Africa
 Botswana 2018 Yes yes Yes
 Cape Verde 2020 Yes n/a Yes
 Namibia 2020 Yes yes Yes
 Sao Tome and Principe 2020 Yes n/a Yes
 South Africa 2018 Not eligible yes Yes
 Swaziland 2015 Yes yes Yes
  1. Although these 34 malaria-eliminating countries form the basis of this review, the UCSF Global Health Group’s Malaria Elimination Initiative now identifies 35 malaria-eliminating countries based on progress around the world over the last 5 years [23]
  2. NNEG No National Elimination Goal
  3. aWhile not eligible for a new allocation under the NFM, Iran has funding through the Global Fund from a previous 5 year grant signed in 2011
  4. bElimination goal of 2020 declared under the EMMIE regional initiative