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Hand book for Entomology now available in ‘Download’,

‘Monitoring and Evaluation Plan 2010 – 2014’ now available at ‘Download’ Zone

The next Review Meeting will be held on 21st and 22nd of December 2015 at AMC Headquaters

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about AMC

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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The malaria disease burden has come down significantly during the last few years and the country experiences mainly sporadic cases reported from some parts of the country and occasional outbreaks.
There has been a dramatic reduction of case load in the past decade from 210,039 cases in the year 2000 to 23 cases in 2012 (99.99 reductions).  In 2012 country recorded the lowest number of malaria cases since 1963.

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 Malaria Case Distribution

microscopically confirmed malaria cases detected during the year 2012  

Malaria Case Destribution