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07 August 2020

HIV and AIDS in Asia and the Pacific

Asia and Pacific were home to an estimated 5.8 million people living with HIV in 2019.

07 August 2020

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 470,000 people still live with HIV in Thailand. 

07 August 2020

Asia and the Pacific 90-90-90 progress

In 2019, 75% of people living with HIV in Asia and the Pacific were aware of their status. Among those diagnosed with HIV, 80% were on treatment of which 91% were virally suppressed.

07 August 2020

HIV and AIDS in Myanmar

Around 240,000 people were living with HIV in Myanmar in 2019. In the same year, an estimated 7,700 people died from AIDS-related illnesses.

07 August 2020

Myanmar 90-90-90 progress

UNAIDS estimates there were 240,000 people living with HIV in Myanmar in 2019, of these 76% were on treatment and 72% virally suppressed.  

02 March 2020

Myanmar key populations (2018)

Myanmar continues to display a high incidence of new HIV infections, despite the implementation of prevention and treatment programmes.

02 March 2020

Asia and the Pacific: Change in new HIV infections by country, 2010-2018

Overall Asia and the Pacific is making progress in reducing new HIV infections, with a 9% decline between 2010 and 2018. However, this is not universal across the region: some countries have seen a much steeper decrease, while infections have increased significantly in others.

02 March 2020

Thailand: Stigma and discrimination in healthcare settings experienced by people living with HIV

HIV-related stigma and experiences of stigma and discrimination in healthcare settings in Thailand are recurring barriers that prevent people living with HIV from engaging with healthcare services.

02 March 2020

Myanmar: Elimination of mother-to-child transmission, 2010-2018

Myanmar’s prevention of mother-to-child transmission programme has been successful in increasing the number of pregnant women living with HIV who are on treatment. However, there is still a need to better integrate early infant diagnosis into post-birth care.

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.