PeKa B40

PeKa B40 is a MoH initiative which aims to sustain the healthcare needs of low income groups by focusing on non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Recipients of the Bantuan Prihatin Rakyat (previously known as Bantuan Sara Hidup) and their spouses aged 40 and above are automatically eligible for free health screenings. This dashboard, which gives you near-real-time updates on PeKa B40 screenings, is brought to you by ProtectHealth Corporation.

Last updated: 22 May 2024, 09:00

Next update: 23 May 2024, 09:00

What are the latest screening trends in Malaysia?

Data as of 21 May 2024, 23:59

Health screening is vital to ensure early detection of non-communicable diseases.

2022

2024

How do screening rates differ across the country?

Data as of 21 May 2024, 23:59

This data shows the % of the population eligible for PeKa B40 screening in each state which has been screened at least once.

Ranking (16)

#1
Kelantan
35.87%
#2
Kedah
31.53%
#3
Perlis
27.87%
#4
Sarawak
25.03%
#5
Perak
24.17%
#6
Terengganu
23.49%
#7
W.P. Putrajaya
23.46%
#8
Melaka
23.17%
#9
Sabah
21.45%
#10
Pahang
21.30%
#11
Negeri Sembilan
18.75%
#12
Pulau Pinang
18.39%
#13
Johor
17.76%
#14
Selangor
13.23%
#15
W.P. Labuan
10.17%
#16
W.P. Kuala Lumpur
10.13%
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