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The National Malaria Control Programme is responsible for formulating the National strategy for malaria control in the country. The Anti Malaria Campaign comes   under the purview of the Ministry of Health of the Government of Sri Lanka. The  Anti Malaria Campaign is headed by  Director who is responsible to the Deputy Director General (Public Health Services) of the Ministry of Health. The Anti    Malaria Campaign Headquarters is located in the Public Health Complex of the Ministry of Health at Narahenpita and the headquarters has a staff of    approximately of hundred and eleven persons (see detailed structure).

The Anti Malaria Campaign carries out its functions through a decentralized mechanism and has twenty one regional offices in the districts (see map).

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Sri Lanka achieved a 99.9% reduction in the incidence of malaria from 1999 to 2011; the annual parasite incidence (API) decreased rapidly from 22.1 in 1999 to less than one since 2004. The number of deaths attributed to malaria decreased since 1998. There have been no deaths due to indigenous malaria since 2007.

Since October 2012, no cases of indigenous malaria have been reported in Sri Lanka. As a result, the country has moved in to the phase of prevention of re-introduction of malaria.

In the years 2013, 2014 and 2015, 95, 49 and 36 cases of malaria were reported, all in individuals that had contracted the disease overseas. Sri Lanka has now completed 3 consecutive years without indigenous malaria, an achievement seen never before, and is now eligible for WHO certification as a malaria free country.