The following list shows all countries/territories where there is either limited risk of malaria transmission or where malaria transmission occurs. In some of these countries/territories, malaria is present only in certain areas or up to a particular altitude. (* = P. vivax risk only)

In many countries, malaria has a seasonal pattern. Some countries have not reported any cases in recent years. You can find more information on predominant malaria species, status of resistance to antimalarial drugs and recommended type of prevention on the WHO Global Malaria Programme website.

Afghanistan Congo Haiti Nepal Sudan
Algeria* Congo, Democratic
Republic of the
Honduras Nicaragua South Sudan
Angola Costa Rica India Niger Suriname
Argentina Côte d' Ivoire Indonesia Nigeria Swaziland
Azerbaijan* Djibouti Iran, Islamic Republic of Oman Syrian Arab Republic*
Bangladesh Dominican Republic Iraq* Pakistan Tajikistan
Belize Ecuador Kenya Panama Thailand
Benin Egypt Korea, Democratic People's
Republic of*
Papua New Guinea Timor-Leste
Bhutan El Salvador Korea, Republic of* Paraguay Togo
Bolivia, Plurinational
State of
Equatorial Guinea Kyrgyzstan* Peru Turkey*
Botswana Eritrea Lao People's
Democratic Republic
Phillippines Uganda
Brazil Ethopia Liberia Russian Federation* United Republic of Tanzania
Burkina Faso French Guiana Madagascar Rwanda Uzbekistan*
Burundi Gabon Malawi Sao Tome and Principe Vanuatu
Cambodia Gambia Malaysia Saudia Arabia Venezuela, Bolivarian
Republic of
Cameroon Georgia* Mali Senegal Viet Nam
Cape Verde Ghana Mauritania Sierra Leone Yemen
Central African Republic Greece* Mayotte Solomon Islands Zambia
Chad Guatemala Mexico Somalia Zimbabwe
China Guinea Mozambique South Africa  
Columbia Guinea-Bissau Myanmar Sri Lanka  
Comoros Guyana Namibia Sudan  
Countries and territories with malarious areas

WHO Malaria Risk Map