In 2018, 340,000 people were living with HIV in the Caribbean and 1.9 million people were living with HIV in Latin America. There were 16,000 and 100,000 new infections in the two regions respectively.
Nigeria was home to 1.9 million people living with HIV in 2018. It's large population, however, means that this equates to a relatively low prevalence of 1.5% in adults - much lower than many countries in East and Southern Africa.
The Middle East and North Africa has one of the lowest HIV prevalences in the world, at <0.1%. It also has the lowest antiretroviral treatment coverage of any region, with only 32% of adults and 35% of children receiving treatment in 2018.