Malaria Atlas Project (MAP)

The Malaria Atlas Project (MAP) is an international research collaboration that tracks the global fight against malaria. MAP combines innovative data and analytics, global collaboration, and local engagement to deliver insights for impactful malaria policy and control.

MAP believes that to defeat malaria, we need to be able to measure it. We aim to combine the world’s malaria data with cutting-edge analytics to generate the best information to help guide the fight against the disease.

Since its inception in 2006, the MAP collaboration has comprised many scientists working in groups worldwide. Today, MAP has a core team based at the Telethon Kids Institute and Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia, Ifakara Health Institute in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and members in Europe, the United States, Africa, and Asia.

MAP DATA for P. vivax & G6PD Deficiency Prevalence 

MAP maintains a comprehensive tool for tracking the global fight against malaria by combining innovative data and analytics, fostering international collaboration, and engaging locally to deliver impactful insights for malaria policy. 

Specifically, for P. vivax, the tool provides the global burden estimates of P. vivax malaria and G6PD deficiency prevalence.

Access the map data