Abstract : Malaria is one of the public health problems that can cause death. In 2017 it was estimated that 219 million cases of malaria occurred worldwide with 435,000 deaths globally. This study was conducted to see an overview of malaria cases in Pesawaran District in 2018. This is a descriptive study by analyzing according to people, place, and time to see an overview of malaria cases. Data analysis uses Stata and Microsoft Excel applications, and it is presented in tables and graphs. Malaria cases in Pesawaran District in 2018 were more prevalent in males (65%), in adults (51%), in Labor/Farmers/Fishermen (40%) followed by Students (25%). Malaria cases increased in July November with peak cases in October (222 cases). Most malaria cases were in Hanura Public Health Center, 491 cases. Most malaria cases were from indigenous cases (932 cases). Examination of malaria cases in Pesawaran District used microscopy 334 cases and examination used RDT 601 cases. Based on the results of laboratory tests, the most common type of plasmodium was Plasmodium Vivax (72%). Malaria cases were more prevalent in males than females, in adults, in Labor/Farmer/Fisherman, and increasing in July-November.