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28 June 2019

67 countries criminalise same-sex activity

The majority of Africa, along with the Middle East and Russia, continues to ignore and abuse the human rights of men who have sex with men. Punitive laws that criminalise same-sex activity drive this population underground, elevating their risk of HIV and preventing them from accessing healthcare, including HIV services.

28 June 2019

MSM are 27 times more at risk of HIV

There are biological, behavioural, legal, and social and cultural factors which put men who have sex with men 27 times more at risk of HIV compared with the general population.

03 June 2019

The structure of HIV

Knowing the structure of HIV helps you to understand how it works, why the immune system finds it hard to detect, and how antiretroviral drugs can treat it. As a virus, HIV relies on our immune system to sustain itself and make copies. It's by interrupting these processes that we are able to reduce the amount of HIV in a person's body.

14 May 2019

People starting on PrEP by country (April 2018)

As of June 2018, 46 countries had regulatory approval for PrEP. Of these, 39 had included PrEP within their HIV policies, a 40% increase from 2016, mostly in Europe or Africa. However, this does not mean that PrEP is available in all parts of these countries and to everyone who needs it. 

10 April 2019

Global overview of TB provision of preventive treatment to people newly enrolled in HIV care, 2017

Despite progress in some countries, just 15 of the 30 high TB/HIV burden countries reported some provision of TB preventive treatment to people living with HIV in 2017. Coverage varies widely.

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.

29 March 2019

U = U

There is no risk of passing on HIV if your doctor has confirmed that you are undetectable (or virally suppressed), you continue taking your treatment and attend regular viral load monitoring appointments. Undetectable = Untransmittable.

28 March 2019

Global prevalence of HIV-HCV coinfection

Of the estimated 36.7 million people living with HIV globally, around 2.3 million have past or present HCV infection, and of those, around 1.36 million are people who inject drugs.

27 September 2018

Global: distribution of new HIV infections among key populations

Global new HIV infections have declined by just 18% in the past seven years, from 2.2 million in 2010 to 1.8 million in 2017. Although this is nearly half the number of new infections compared to the peak in 1996 (3.4 million), the decline is not quick enough to reach the target of fewer than 500,000 by 2020.