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03 September 2019

HIV and AIDS in Asia and the Pacific

Asia and Pacific were home to an estimated 5.9 million people living with HIV in 2018. Three quarters of these people live in China, India and Indonesia. 

03 September 2019

Myanmar 90-90-90 progress

UNAIDS estimates there were 240,000 people living with HIV in Myanmar (Burma) in 2018, of these 70% of adults were accessing antiretroviral treatment and 92% were virally suppressed.  

16 August 2019

HIV and AIDS in Myanmar

People who inject drugs are the group most affected by HIV in Myanmar. This is largely due to drugs which are farmed, manufactured and distributed in the northern regions of the country.

13 June 2019

China - trends in transmission routes

Though HIV prevalence in China is relatively low, the epidemic has long been a major concern for key affected populations within the country, and is now of growing concern for the general population. The epidemic has shifted from high-risk injecting drug users to the general population.

12 October 2018

India: Progress towards 90 90 90 targets (all ages) 2018

India has the third largest HIV epidemic in the world, with 2.1 million people living with HIV.

10 October 2018

HIV and AIDS in China

Although China’s HIV history has been anything but steady, the country has made substantial progress in tackling its HIV epidemic.

26 September 2018

HIV and AIDS in India

India has the third largest HIV epidemic in the world, with 2.1 million people living with the virus. The HIV epidemic in India is concentrated among key affected populations such as sex workers. 

26 September 2018

HIV and AIDS in Thailand

Thailand accounts for a large proportion of the total number of people living with HIV in Asia and the Pacific. The epidemic is declining, yet 480,000 people still live with HIV in Thailand. 

03 October 2017

You can't get HIV from sharing a phone, tablet or computer

HIV isn't transmitted by touch, sweat, or saliva, so there is zero risk of exposure from sharing a phone, tablet or computer.

27 February 2017

Thailand: Projected new HIV infections by mode of transmission

In Thailand, increased access to prevention services has resulted in new infections decreasing among some groups, however they are rising among others.