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2012 UNAIDS Epidemiology slides
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2012 UNAIDS Epidemiology slides
2012 UNAIDS Epidemiology slides
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  1. July 2012Core Epidemiology Slides
  2. Global summary of the AIDS epidemic  2011 Number of people Total 34.2 million [31.8 million–35.9 million] living with HIV Adults 30.7 million [28.6 million–32.2 million] Women 16.7 million [15.7 million–17.8 million] Children (<15 years) 3.4 million [3.1 million–3.9 million] People newly infected Total 2.5 million [2.2 million–2.8 million] with HIV in 2011 Adults 2.2 million [2.0 million–2.4 million] Children (<15 years) 330 000 [280 000–380 000] AIDS deaths in 2011 Total 1.7 million [1.6 million–1.9 million] Adults 1.5 million [1.3 million–1.7 million] Children (<15 years) 230 000 [200 000–270 000]
  3. Global estimates for adults and children  2011 People living with HIV 34.2 million [31.8 million – 35.9 million] New HIV infections in 2011 2.5 million [2.2 million – 2.8 million] Deaths due to AIDS in 2011 1.7 million [1.6 million – 1.9 million]
  4. Regional HIV and AIDS statistics and features  2011 Adults and children Adults and children Adult prevalence Adult & child living with HIV newly infected with HIV (15‒ 49) [%] deaths due to AIDSSub-Saharan Africa 23.5 million 1.7 million 4.8% 1.2 million [22.2 million – 24.7 million] [1.6 million – 1.9 million] [4.6% – 5.1%] [1.1 million – 1.3 million]Middle East and North Africa 330 000 39 000 0.2% 25 000 [250 000 – 450 000] [29 000 – 60 000] [0.1% – 0.2%] [17 000 – 35 000]South and South-East Asia 4.2 million 300 000 0.3% 270 000 [3.1 million – 4.7 million] [220 000 – 340 000] [0.2% – 0.4%] [140 000 – 600 000]East Asia 830 000 89 000 0.1% 60 000 [590 000 – 1.2 million] [44 000 – 170 000] [0.1% – 0.1%] [42 000 – 83 000]Latin America 1.4 million 86 000 0.4% 57 000 [1.1 million – 1.7 million] [52 000 – 140 000] [0.3% – 0.5%] [35 000 – 86 000]Caribbean 230 000 13 000 1.0% 10 000 [200 000 – 250 000] [9700 – 16 000] [0.8% – 1.1%] [8200 – 12 000]Eastern Europe and Central Asia 1.5 million 170 000 1.0% 90 000 [1.3 million – 1.8 million] [110 000 – 220 000] [0.8% – 1.1%] [74 000 – 110 000]Western and Central Europe 860 000 30 000 0.2% 9300 [780 000 – 960 000] [21 000 – 40 000] [0.2% – 0.2%] [8300 – 10 000]North America 1.4 million 58 000 0.6% 20 000 [1.1 million – 2.0 million] [21 000 – 130 000] [0.5% – 1.0%] [16 000 – 27 000]Oceania 53 000 2900 0.3% 1300 [47 000 – 60 000] [2200 – 3800] [0.2% – 0.3%] [<1000 – 1800]TOTAL 34.2 million 2.5 million 0.8% 1.7 million [31.8 million – 35.9 million] [2.2 million – 2.8 million] [0.7% - 0.8%] [1.6 million – 1.9 million]The ranges around the estimates in this table define the boundaries within which the actual numbers lie, based on the best available information.
  5. Adults and children estimated to be living with HIV  2011 Western & Eastern Europe Central Europe & Central Asia 860 000 1.5 million North America [780 000 – 960 000] [1.3 million – 1.8 million] 1.4 million East Asia [1.1 million – 2.0 million] 830 000 Middle East & North Africa [590 000 – 1.2 million] Caribbean 330 000 230 000 [250 000 – 450 000] South & South-East Asia [200 000 – 250 000] 4.2 million Sub-Saharan Africa [3.1 million – 4.7 million] Latin America 23.5 million 1.4 million [22.2 million – 24.7 million] Oceania [1.1 million – 1.7 million] 53 000 [47 000 – 60 000] Total: 34.2 million [31.8 million – 35.9 million]
  6. Estimated number of adults and childrennewly infected with HIV  2011 Western & Eastern Europe Central Europe & Central Asia 30 000 170 000 North America [21 000 – 40 000] [110 000 – 220 000] 58 000 East Asia [21 000 – 130 000] 89 000 [44 000 – 170 000] Middle East & North Africa Caribbean 39 000 13 000 [29 000 – 60 000] South & South-East Asia [9700 – 16 000] 300 000 Sub-Saharan Africa [220 000 – 340 000] Latin America 1.7 million 86 000 [1.6 million – 1.9 million] Oceania [52 000 – 140 000] 2900 [2200 – 3800] Total: 2.5 million [2.2 million – 2.8 million]
  7. Estimated adult and child deaths from AIDS  2011 Western & Eastern Europe Central Europe & Central Asia 9300 90 000 North America [8300 – 10 000] [74 000 – 110 000] 20 000 East Asia [16 000 – 27 000] 60 000 Middle East & North Africa [42 000 – 83 000] Caribbean 25 000 10 000 [17 000 – 35 000] South & South-East Asia [8200 – 12 000] 270 000 Sub-Saharan Africa [140 000 – 600 000] Latin America 1.2 million 57 000 [1.1 million – 1.3 million] Oceania [35 000 – 86 000] 1300 [<1000 – 1800] Total: 1.7 million [1.6 million – 1.9 million]
  8. Children (<15 years) estimated to be living with HIV  2011 Western & Eastern Europe Central Europe & Central Asia 1800 17 000 North America [1400 – 2100] [14 000 – 21 000] 4500 East Asia [4000 – 5800] 16 000 Middle East & North Africa [11 000 – 22 000] Caribbean 19 000 18 000 [12 000 – 26 000] South & South-East Asia [15 000 – 21 000] 180 000 Sub-Saharan Africa [100 000 – 230 000] Latin America 3.1 million 40 000 [2.8 million – 3.4 million] Oceania [29 000 – 54 000] 3600 [2800 – 4600] Total: 3.4 million [3.1 million – 3.9 million]
  9. Estimated number of children (<15 years)newly infected with HIV  2011 Western & Eastern Europe Central Europe & Central Asia <200 1700 North America [<200] [1400 – 2200] <100 East Asia [<200] 2000 Middle East & North Africa [<1000 – 4100] Caribbean 3100 1100 [2100 – 4500] South & South-East Asia [<1000 – 1400] 21 000 Sub-Saharan Africa [14 000 – 27 000] Latin America 300 000 2000 [250 000 – 350 000] Oceania [<1000 – 3900] <500 [<200 – <500] Total: 330 000 [280 000 – 380 000]
  10. Estimated deaths in children (<15 years) from AIDS  2011 Western & Eastern Europe Central Europe & Central Asia <100 1100 North America [<100 - <200] [<1000 – 1500] <100 East Asia [<200] 1100 Middle East & North Africa [<1000 – 1700] Caribbean 1800 1100 [1200 – 2600] South & South-East Asia [<1000 – 1400] 15 000 Sub-Saharan Africa [9800 – 17 000] Latin America 210 000 2200 [180 000 – 240 000] Oceania [1100 – 3700] <500 [<200 – <500] Total: 230 000 [200 000 – 270 000]
  11. Over 7000 new HIV infections a day in 2011  About 97% are in low and middle income countries  About 900 are in children under 15 years of age  About 6000 are in adults aged 15 years and older, of whom: ─ almost 47% are among women ─ about 41% are among young people (15-24)
  12. 2011 global HIV and AIDS estimatesChildren (<15 years) Children living with HIV 3.4 million [3.1 million – 3.9 million] New HIV infections in 2011 330 000 [280 000 – 380 000] Deaths due to AIDS in 2011 230 000 [200 000 – 270 000]

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