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17 October 2018

Nigeria: annual number of AIDS-related deaths (all ages)

Low levels of access to antiretroviral treatment remains an issue for people living with HIV, meaning that there are still many AIDS-related deaths in Nigeria.

12 October 2018

East and Southern Africa 90-90-90 progress (2018)

East and Southern Africa is the region most affected by HIV in the world and is home to the largest number of people living with HIV.

26 September 2018

HIV and AIDS in Botswana

It is estimated that 380,000 people live with HIV in Botswana, however universal free antiretroviral treatment means that 84% of adults are receiving treatment.  

26 September 2018

HIV and AIDS in eSwatini

Swaziland has the highest prevalence of HIV in the world. In 2017, 27.4% of adults in Swaziland were living with HIV, 86% of these adults were accessing antiretrovial treatment.

26 September 2018

HIV and AIDS in East and Southern Africa

East and Southern Africa is the region that has been hardest hit by HIV. Over 19.6 million people live with the virus, making up around 50% of the total number of people living with HIV worldwide.

26 September 2018

HIV and AIDS in Zambia

In 2017, the HIV prevalence rate for adults living in Zambia was at 11.5%, with 48,000 new HIV infections. 

26 September 2018

HIV and AIDS in Tanzania

In 2017, 1.5 million people were living with HIV in Tanzania and 65,000 were newly infected. Of the adults living with HIV, 68% were receiving antiretroviral treatment.

26 September 2018

HIV and AIDS in Uganda

In 2017, 1.3 million people were living with HIV in Uganda, and an estimated 26,000 died of AIDS-related illnesses.

26 September 2018

HIV and AIDS in West and Central Africa

Although HIV prevalence in West and Central Africa is relatively low compared to East and Southern Africa, many of these countries struggle to provide antiretroviral treatment, meaning that only 41% of adults and 26% of children were accessing treatment in 2017.