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03 May 2019

WHO Test & Treat policy and change in ART uptake

As of 2018, 84% of low- and middle-income countries, and all of the UNAIDS Fast-Track countries, had adopted a test and treat policy. If current commitments are kept to, by the end of 2020, 92% of all low- and middle-income countries will have adopted a test and treat strategy.These changes have contributed to a significant increase in the number of people on ART, which increased by 4.5 million in just two years between 2015 and 2017: from 17.2 million to 21.7 million.

10 April 2019

Gaps in TB detection and TB prevention for people in HIV care, 2017

There are significant gaps in the detection and provision of TB preventive treatment to people living with HIV for selected high TB burden countries and high TB/HIV burden countries.

08 March 2019

No. of needles and syringes distributed per PWID per yr in selected countries

In 2018, there were 179 countries worldwide that reported people who inject drugs, but just 86 of these countries implement needle and syringe programmes. This is a slight reduction from 2016 levels, when 90 countries provided NSPs. 

08 March 2019

Harm reduction stabilises HIV infections and reduces HIV prevalence among PWID

Despite overwhelming evidence of the effectiveness of harm reduction for preventing the spread of HIV and reducing other harms associated with drug use, global harm reduction service coverage remains insufficient. 

08 March 2019

Harm reduction policy and practice around the world 2008-2014

Despite overwhelming evidence of the effectiveness of harm reduction for preventing the spread of HIV and reducing other harms associated with drug use, global harm reduction service coverage remains insufficient. 

08 March 2019

PMTCT: Distribution of children infected through PMTCT - 23 focus countries 2016

HIV can be transmitted from an HIV-positive woman to her child during pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding. Mother-to-child transmission (MTCT), which is also known as ‘vertical transmission’, accounts for the vast majority of infections in children (0-14 years). UNAIDS' Start Free Stay Free AIDS Free programme prioritises action in 23 countries that account for over 85% of new HIV infections among children aged 0–14 years.

27 February 2019

PMTCT 6-week, post-6-week & final rate 2016

There are particular challenges in maintaining women living with HIV in care and on effective ART throughout the breastfeeding period, as well as reducing, detecting and managing new infections occurring among women while they are pregnant or breastfeeding. As a result, in some countries more infant infections are now occurring during the postnatal period rather than pregnancy or labour.

27 February 2019

PMTCT % of HIV+ women receiving ART 2017

Recent gains have been particularly impressive in eastern and southern Africa where in 2017 an estimated 93% of women living with HIV had initiated, or were already on, ART during pregnancy. 

06 December 2018

PMTCT cascade Caribbean 2018

Seven countries and island states in the Caribbean have eliminated mother-to-child transmission of HIV: Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Cuba, Montserrat, and Saint Kitts and Nevis. 

06 December 2018

PMTCT cascade Latin America 2018

New HIV infections among children (aged 0-14 years) have declined across Latin American and the Caribbean, down from an estimated 4,700 in 2010 to 3,500 in 2017.