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Source: UNAIDS Data | Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS

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Country or AreaSubgroupYearSourceUnitValue 
Antigua and BarbudaTotal2014UNAIDS_GARPR_Percent581
BrazilTotal2014UNAIDS_GARPR_Percent702
CambodiaTotal2014UNAIDS_GARPR_Percent93
ChileTotal2014UNAIDS_GARPR_Percent754
Dominican RepublicTotal2014UNAIDS_GARPR_Percent305
EcuadorTotal2014UNAIDS_GARPR_Percent06
HondurasTotal2014UNAIDS_GARPR_Percent377
IndonesiaTotal2014UNAIDS_GARPR_Percent878
MyanmarTotal2014UNAIDS_GARPR_Percent69
NicaraguaTotal2014UNAIDS_GARPR_Percent1010
PakistanTotal2014UNAIDS_GARPR_Percent6711
PolandTotal2014UNAIDS_GARPR_Percent8912
SeychellesTotal2014UNAIDS_GARPR_Percent8113
TunisiaTotal2014UNAIDS_GARPR_Percent5614
ZimbabweTotal2014UNAIDS_GARPR_Percent2115

Footnotes

1 - Source: DHS
2 - Source: MDS (Bolsa Familia Program) and IBGE (Census 2010)
3 - Source: KHANA and list of IDpoor from Ministry of Planning
4 - Source: CASEN 2013
5 - Source: DHS 2013
6 - Source: Viceministerio de Aseguramiento No Contibutivo y Movilidas Social-Informe 2013
7 - Source: Secretaría Sectorial de Desarrollo e Inclusión Social. Honduras. Marzo 2015
8 - Source: Database of Social Protection Program, TNP2K
9 - Source: Situational Analysis on OVC Infected and Affected by HIV/AIDS in Myanmar 2014
10 - Source: Registro del Ministerio de la Familia, programa de partos múltiples
11 - Source: World Bank Group - Pakistan Partnership: Country Program Snapshot
12 - Source: Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs / Department of Aid and Social Integrity
13 - Source: Agency for Social Protection
14 - Source: Données statistique du Ministère des Affaires Sociales
15 - Source: Programme data
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UNAIDS Data

Source:  Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS

UNAIDS was mandated by the UN General Assembly to monitor progress on global AIDS response in the 2001 General Assembly Special Session on HIV and AIDS, and reaffirmed in the 2011 High Level Meeting.

The Global AIDS Response Progress Reporting data consists of 30 indicators, divided by 10 global targets, which are reported by participating countries on their national response to HIV/AIDS. Data used to be reported every second year from 2004 until 2012, However, starting 2013, data are collected every year to enable effective monitoring towards Millennium Development Goals of 2015. Collected data are published as part of the Global Report on AIDS. In 2015, 177 out of 193 UN member states submitted their reports.

This dataset also includes epidemiological estimates generated using Spectrum software, a suite of easy-to-use policy models which provide policymakers with an analytical tool to support the decision making process.

Download the UNAIDS List of Indicators and Definitions
Last update in UNdata: 21 Oct 2015
Next update in UNdata: Sep 2016 est.