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Table 1 NMSP and population-based surveys

From: Are new national malaria strategic plans informed by the previous ones? A comprehensive assessment of sub-Saharan African countries from 2001 to present

CountryNMSPPopulation-based surveyEstimated malaria casesa [6]
Angola2008–2013DHS 2015–20164,615,605
2016–2020 
Benin2011–2015MIS 20154,111,699
2017–2021 
Burkina Faso2011–2015MIS 20147,907,562
2016–2020 
Cameroon2011–2015MICS 20147,307,515
2014–2018 
Côte d’Ivoire2012–2015MICS 20163,373,486
2016–2020 
DRC2013–2015DHS 2013–201425,021,891
2016–2020 
Ethiopia2011–2015MIS 20152,666,954
2017–2020 
Ghana2008–2015MIS 20167,805,045
2014–2020 
Guinea2006–2010DHS 20124,282,165
2013–2017 
Kenya2001–2010MIS 20103,520,384
2009–2018 
Liberia2010–2015MIS 2016911,333
2016–2020 
Madagascar2013–2017MIS 20162,324,289
2018–2022 
Malawi2011–2015DHS 2015–20164,303,543
2017–2022 
Mali2013–2017MIS 20157,160,192
2016–2018 
Mozambique2012–2016MIS 201510,025,823
2017–2022 
Nigeria2009–2013DHS 201353,667,565
2014–2020 
Rwanda2008–2012MIS 20136,172,220
2013–2020 
Senegal2011–2015DHS 20151,024,285
2016–2020 
Sierra Leone2011–2015MIS 20162,869,588
2016–2020 
Tanzania2008–2013HMIS 2011–20126,477,825
2014–2020 
Uganda2010–2015MIS 2014–20158,600,724
2014–2020 
Zambia2011–2015MIS 20153,475,522
2017–2021 
  1. All indicators were reviewed from the Tanzania DHS 2015–2016 and no targets were met
  2. aThere was an estimated 219,000,000 malaria cases globally in 2017 [6]