Strengthening malaria control interventions in 10 districts of Balochistan (July 01, 2015 to Dec 31, 2017) Less than desired level of malaria case management and prevention in districts with high malaria prevalence; malaria case management, as per program-endorsed protocols, and vector control (i.e. impregnated bed nets and residual spraying for better malaria control in high priority districts. Location: ten districts of Balochistan Activities: Map; then assess and address the capacity enhancement needs of primary and secondary level public health facilities in each district e.g. equipment (e.g. microscope) and furniture. Train medical and allied staff at public facilities to offer malaria care as per program protocols(e.g. administer rapid testing and microscopy; also administer “ACT” to confirmed falciparum cases) Map, select and enable private clinics for managing and reporting malaria cases as per program protocols Arrange and distribute drugs and materials for malaria case management at public and private facilities Assist facility staff to maintain records and report progress; also district/project staff to monitor Outputs: Strengthened 53 public facilities as microscopy centers; also 364 public and 38 private facilities as RDT centers 479 doctors, 53 lab staff, and 404 allied staff trained on malaria case management. 31,030 confirmed malaria cases (5,984 falciparum) identified and treated as per program guidelines. 649,046 impregnated bed nets (LLINs) distributed to high risk individuals.