Malaria Control activities are on the ground since the formulation of Health Services provision fundamentals outlined in Bohr’s commission in the Sub-continent; in Pakistan, these are functional since 1950s through a succession of different approaches. The most ambitious program was the Malaria Education Campaign, spearheaded by USAID in 1961. Then the global approaches were changed due to health priorities and drawbacks encountered with widespread drug and insecticide resistance. Then as a strategy WHO initiated a global malaria control program aiming to reducing the malaria burden to manageable levels. Pakistan program was also directed toward control approaches through the decentralization process and other funding difficulties during post this era did not allows successful transformation of the operations.
Malaria personnel cadres were amalgamated and Malaria Control program was made a Provincial transferred subject, leveling an apical set up at the Federal level, for the purpose of policy formulation and maintaining coordination. Further the implementation responsibilities were transferred to respective district government in line with the devolution plans. In 1977 Malaria control activities were integrated with the Communicable Disease Control Selection the Province