Prevention: Direct FY2012 Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission Program Results

Countries Number of pregnant women with known HIV status (includes women who were tested for HIV and received their results)1 Number of HIV+ pregnant women receiving ARV prophylaxis Estimated infant HIV infections averted2
Angola 40,800 400 100
Botswana3 NA NA NA
Burundi 95,400 900 300
Cambodia 127,300 400 100
Cameroon 72,800 5,300 1,600
China 41,900 100 44
Côte d’Ivoire 421,400 11,000 3,400
Democratic Republic of the Congo 200,400 2,200 700
Dominican Republic 44,900 400 100
Ethiopia 1,126,000 15,100 4,700
Ghana 37,700 600 200
Guyana 13,200 26 8
Haiti 193,500 4,800 1,500
India3 NA NA NA
Indonesia3 NA NA NA
Kenya 1,174,100 60,400 19,800
Lesotho 26,900 7,000 2,200
Malawi 243,800 18,000 5,600
Mozambique 836,100 87,600 26,500
Namibia 56,400 7,200 2,200
Nigeria 1,263,200 40,500 12,400
Russia3 NA NA NA
Rwanda 141,000 4,100 1,300
South Africa 924,300 253,400 78,600
Sudan 12,000 600 200
Swaziland 26,400 9,900 3,000
Tanzania 1,151,700 53,000 16,300
Thailand3 NA NA NA
Uganda 1,231,100 68,100 20,900
Ukraine3 NA NA NA
Vietnam 449,300 1,300 400
Zambia 611,700 51,100 15,600
Zimbabwe 448,800 49,300 15,000
Regions
Caribbean Region3 NA NA NA
Central America3 NA NA NA
Central Asia3 NA NA NA
Total4 11,012,100 752,726 232,752
Notes:
All numbers greater than 100 have been rounded off to the nearest 100.
Footnotes:
1This indicator has two components: 1) the number of women with known positive HIV infection attending an ANC for a new pregnancy over the last reporting period; and 2) the number of women attending ANC, Labor and Delivery sites who were tested for HIV and received results (which is also captured under the testing and counseling results). The previous PMTCT indicator: “the number of pregnant women receiving PMTCT services” included only women who were counseled and tested and received their test results. For further information, refer to Indicator P1.1.D in the PEPFAR Next Generation Indicator Guidance Version 1.2 on http://www.pepfar.gov/guidance/index.htm.
3“NA” refers to countries or regions where USG did not support PMTCT or PMTCT ARV prophylaxis programs.
4Due to several country updates, the total results for “Number of HIV+ pregnant women receiving ARV prophylaxis” and “Estimated infant HIV infections averted” are slightly higher than the reported results in the PEPFAR Blueprint and the 2012 World AIDS Day FACT Sheet. All results still reflect accomplishments through September 20, 2012.

Prevention: Direct FY2012 Testing and Counseling Results

Prevention: Direct FY2012 Testing and Counseling Results
Countries Number of individuals 1
Angola 77,600
Botswana 106,400
Burundi 264,800
Cambodia 334,000
Cameroon 101,500
China 68,800
Côte d’Ivoire 894,900
Democratic Republic of the Congo 414,200
Dominican Republic 70,400
Ethiopia 7,514,300
Ghana 86,300
Guyana 33,300
Haiti 626,100
India 26,900
Indonesia 18,900
Kenya 7,070,200
Lesotho 98,400
Malawi 686,300
Mozambique 2,137,900
Namibia 250,900
Nigeria 3,491,900
Russia 5,000
Rwanda 1,814,200
South Africa 7,055,100
Sudan 68,900
Swaziland 218,900
Tanzania 3,374,300
Thailand 1,900
Uganda 5,538,300
Ukraine 13,900
Vietnam 691,500
Zambia 2,375,800
Zimbabwe 863,400
Regions
Caribbean Region 80,800
Central America 32,800
Central Asia2 NA
Total 46,508,800
Note:
All numbers greater than 100 have been rounded off to the nearest 100.
Footnotes:
1This indicator includes individuals who received testing and counseling services for HIV and received their test results from any service delivery point during the 12 months. Service delivery points include fixed health care facilities such as: hospitals, public and private clinics, voluntary counseling and testing sites, antenatal clinics, labor and delivery sites, PMTCT, or TB sites; standalone sites such as free-standing sites not associated with medical institutions; and mobile testing such as HIV T&C services offered in a specific location for a limited period of time, e.g. outreach, door-to-door services and workplace testing programs. For further information, refer to Indicator P11.1.D in the PEPFAR Next Generation Indicator Guidance on http://www.pepfar.gov/guidance/index.htm.
2“NA” refers to countries or regions where USG did not support T&C programs.
3Due to several updates, the results are lower than in the PEPFAR Blueprint. All results still reflect accomplishments through September 20, 2012.

Treatment: Direct FY2012 Voluntary Male Medical Circumcision Results

Treatment: Direct FY2012 Voluntary Male Medical Circumcision Results1
Countries Number of individuals
Angola2 NA
Botswana 8,600
Burundi2 NA
Cambodia2 NA
Cameroon2 NA
China2 NA
Côte d’Ivoire2 NA
Democratic Republic of the Congo2 NA
Dominican Republic2 NA
Ethiopia 12,400
Ghana2 NA
Guyana2 NA
Haiti2 NA
India2 NA
Indonesia2 NA
Kenya 158,300
Lesotho 7,000
Malawi 13,300
Mozambique 79,000
Namibia 6,100
Nigeria NA
Russia2 NA
Rwanda2 17,600
South Africa 170,800
Sudan2 NA
Swaziland 14,500
Tanzania 151,900
Thailand2 NA
Uganda 352,000
Ukraine2 NA
Vietnam2 NA
Zambia 103,500
Zimbabwe 36,800
Regions
Caribbean Region2 NA
Central America2 NA
Central Asia2 NA
Total 1,131,800
Notes:
All numbers greater than 100 have been rounded off to the nearest 100.
Footnotes:
1 The number of individuals is as of September 30, 2012.
2“NA” refers to countries where USG did not directly support voluntary male medical circumcision programs.

Treatment: Direct FY2012 Antiretroviral Treatment Results

Treatment: Direct FY2012 Antiretroviral Treatment Results1
Countries Number of individuals
Angola2 NA
Botswana 5,300
Burundi NA
Cambodia 13,100
Cameroon NA
China 2,300
Côte d’Ivoire 81,400
Democratic Republic of the Congo 6,800
Dominican Republic 4,600
Ethiopia 275,000
Ghana2 NA
Guyana 2,600
Haiti 41,000
India2 NA
Indonesia2 NA
Kenya 579,000
Lesotho 93,800
Malawi 119,200
Mozambique 242,700
Namibia 113,100
Nigeria 488,800
Russia2 NA
Rwanda 68,000
South Africa 1,651,800
Sudan2 NA
Swaziland 60,100
Tanzania 364,300
Thailand2 NA
Uganda 364,200
Ukraine2 NA
Vietnam 40,800
Zambia 445,200
Zimbabwe 80,000
Regions
Caribbean Region2 NA
Central America2 NA
Central Asia2 NA
Total3 5,143,100
Notes:
All numbers greater than 100 have been rounded off to the nearest 100.
Footnotes:
1 The number of individuals is as of September 30, 2012.
2“NA” refers to countries where USG did not directly support treatment programs.
3Due to several country updates, the total results are slightly higher than the reported results in the PEPFAR Blueprint and the 2012 World AIDS Day FACT Sheet. All results still reflect accomplishments through September 20, 2012.

Treatment: Direct FY2012 Number of Women and Children Receiving Antiretroviral Treatment

Treatment: Direct FY2012 Number of Women and Children Receiving Antiretroviral Treatment1
Women (all ages)2 Children (ages 0-14)
Total3 3,189,100 (62%) 382,435 (7%)
Notes:
All numbers greater than 100 have been rounded off to the nearest 100.
Footnotes:
1The percentages represent the share of all individuals receiving treatment who were women and children (<15 years), respectively.
2Of this total number of women (all ages), 196,264 were female children (0-14).
3Due to several country updates, the total results are slightly higher than the reported results in the PEPFAR Blueprint. All results still reflect accomplishments through September 20, 2012.

Care: Direct FY2012 Care and Support Results

Care: Direct FY2012 Care and Support Results
Countries Number of individuals 1
Angola2 NA
Botswana 45,300
Burundi 19,500
Cambodia 61,700
Cameroon 3,000
China 12,800
Côte d’Ivoire 284,400
Democratic Republic of the Congo 42,200
Dominican Republic 51,900
Ethiopia 1,180,700
Ghana 34,100
Guyana 6,100
Haiti 127,600
India 2,900
Indonesia 1,400
Kenya 1,473,900
Lesotho 234,700
Malawi 499,800
Mozambique 662,600
Namibia 230,200
Nigeria 2,036,100
Russia 53,400
Rwanda 212,900
South Africa 3,736,400
Sudan 11,300
Swaziland 218,400
Tanzania 1,201,300
Thailand 3,100
Uganda 1,005,900
Ukraine 16,700
Vietnam 93,300
Zambia 1,022,600
Zimbabwe 521,300
Regions
Caribbean Region 1,800
Central America2 NA
Central Asia 2,000
Total3 15,111,300
Notes:
All numbers greater than 100 have been rounded off to the nearest 100.
Footnotes:
1 This is the total care indicator which includes adults and children (including orphans and vulnerable children (OVC)) provided with a minimum of one care service in the past 12 months. PEPFAR care programs include support, preventative, and clinical services. For further information, refer to Indicator C1.1.D in the PEPFAR Next Generation Indicator Guidance on http://www.pepfar.gov/guidance/index.htm.
2“NA” refers to countries or regions where USG did not support care programs.

Care: Direct FY2012 Orphans and Vulnerable Children Results

Care: Direct FY2012 Orphans and Vulnerable Children Results
Countries Number of orphans and vulnerable children1
Angola2 NA
Botswana 12,000
Burundi 11,200
Cambodia 23,700
Cameroon 0
China 1,000
Côte d’Ivoire 125,700
Democratic Republic of the Congo 11,200
Dominican Republic 15,700
Ethiopia 583,100
Ghana 2,600
Guyana 1,300
Haiti 44,400
India 500
Indonesia 32
Kenya 606,200
Lesotho 55,700
Malawi 241,400
Mozambique 197,700
Namibia 75,600
Nigeria 498,200
Russia 1,000
Rwanda 59,500
South Africa 516,400
Sudan 2,200
Swaziland 89400
Tanzania 526,100
Thailand 1,500
Uganda 322,900
Ukraine 500
Vietnam 10,700
Zambia 440,500
Zimbabwe 168,800
Regions
Caribbean Region 0
Central America NA
Central Asia 0
Total 4,646,732
Notes:
All numbers greater than 100 have been rounded off to the nearest 100.
Footnotes:
1The number of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) includes all individuals <18 years reported as a subset of the total number of individuals provided with a minimum of one care service. For further information, refer to Indicator C1.1.D in the PEPFAR Next Generation Indicator Guidance on http://www.pepfar.gov/guidance/index.htm.
2 “NA” refers to countries where USG did not support OVC programs.

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