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Metrics details. Malaria is among the top causes of mortality and morbidity in Zambia. Efforts to control, prevent, and eliminate it have been intensified in the past two decades which has contributed to reductions in malaria prevalence and under-five mortality. Zambia is one of the only 13 countries to record an increase in malaria among 91 countries monitored by the World Health Organization in This study investigated the upsurge by decomposition of drivers of malaria. The study used secondary data from three waves of nationally representative cross-sectional surveys on key malaria indicators conducted in , and Using multivariable logistic regression, determinants of malaria prevalence were identified and then marginal effects of each determinant were derived. The marginal effects were then combined with changes in coverage rates of determinants between and to obtain the magnitude of how much each variable contributed to the change in the malaria prevalence.