The 2018 World Malpractice Report of the World Health Organization (WHO), however, notes that the only progress in reducing malaria cases in 2017 was India was reported in 2016.
Five countries had almost half of the cases of malaria, Nigeria (25%), the Democratic Republic of Congo (11%), Mozambique (5%), India and Uganda (4%).
In all, 15 countries in sub-Saharan Africa and India accounted for almost 80% of malaria worldwide. India, a population of 1.25 million, had malaria at risk, said the report.
The targets for the reduction of global malaria infection and death rates were not met.
According to the study, while the number of new cases dropped to 2016, the number of 2017 2017 2019 2017 20162030 malaria was set according to the global strategy strategy 20162030 in the case of malaria and the death rate decreased. 40 percent by 2020.
The 10 largest African loads increased in 2017 compared to 2016.
Among them, Nigeria, Madagascar and the Democratic Republic of the Congo had the highest growth, more than half a million.
By contrast, India was three million less in the same period, with 24 decreases compared to 2016.
However, 3,5 million people in African countries rose compared to the previous year.
About 80% of global malaria deaths were almost 17% from 17 countries, WHO in the African Region and India, reports said.
Seven countries in these countries accounted for 53% of global malaria morale: Nigeria (19%), Democratic Republic of Congo (11%), Burkina Faso (6%), Tanzania (5%), Sierra Leone (4%), Niger (4%). ) and India (4%).
According to the report, India was "a lucrative and profitable win" in addressing the global technological target of malaria 20162030, a 4% of the total death toll in the world of malaria morbidity and 52% of the WHO African region.
The treatment of India was detected by high rates of bankruptcy and countries with response to treatment policies, he said.
According to the report, reducing the 2040 percent in the case of 2020 foreseen in India and India.
The WHO, the United Nations Healthcare Agency and its partners have launched countries that have undertaken a "high-impact impact" plan to support the release, prevention, treatment and investment of the report. People and continue to reduce the death and illness of malaria.
The plan is predicated and based on the principle that one can not be diagnosed is a disease that is diagnosed, and is a completely healing treatment.
"The world saves a new reality: while progression stops, there is a risk of reducing the number of people suffering from the disease," said Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, CEO.
"We know that we have something else now," said Gheorgheusus.
It has been a positive note in Paraguay, and this year Malaria can be certified free of charge, to receive the first American country for 45 years.
The number of remote countries has increased from 37 to 46, with three countries requesting an official malicious certificate from Algeria, Argentina and Uzbekistan with OME.
Home financing has been a key success in WHO malaria strategy.
According to the United Nations, a budget of 6.6 billion euros must be reduced by 2020 to double the current amount.
Malaria kills 660,000 people every year.