GAP Report - 12 populations slides

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  • 1. July 2014 12 Populations Slides
  • 2. Source: UNAIDS
  • 3. Source: UNAIDS
  • 4. Source: UNAIDSSource: UNAIDS / Lohse et al / Hoog et al / May et al / Hogg et al
  • 5. Source: UNAIDSSource: Demographic and Health Survey
  • 6. Source: UNAIDSSource: Demographic and Health Survey
  • 7. Source: UNAIDSSource: Human Sciences Research Council / Centers for Disease Control and Prevention / Human Rights Watch / Ukrainian Institute for Social Research after Olexander Yaremenko and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
  • 8. Source: UNAIDSSource: International Centre for Prison Studies
  • 9. Source: UNAIDSSource: ECDC
  • 10. Source: UNAIDSSource: UNAIDS / ILO
  • 11. Source: UNAIDSSource: UNAIDS / UNODC
  • 12. Source: UNAIDS
  • 13. Source: UNAIDS
  • 14. Source: UNAIDSSource: UNAIDS / National Commitments and Policy Instrument (NCPI)
  • 15. Source: UNAIDS
  • 16. Source: UNAIDSSource: UNAIDS / WHO / UNICEF
  • 17. Source: UNAIDS
  • 18. Source: UNAIDS
  • 19. Source: UNAIDSSource: Spiegel PB
  • 20. Source: UNAIDS
  • 21. Source: UNAIDSSource: WHO / The World Bank
  • 22. Source: UNAIDSSource: Lancet
  • 23. Source: UNAIDS
  • 24. Source: UNAIDS
  • 25. Source: UNAIDS
  • 26. Source: UNAIDS
  • 27. Source: UNAIDS
  • 28. Source: UNAIDS