IT IS PRESENT IN EVERY COUNTRY + Africa S T E: + Countries of South-East O D M E A R Asia E C TH ET FF ON S + In Europe: Russia A GI E + In America: R Central America and the poor areas of the USA.
AIDS IN THE WORLD Guide •Since the beginning of thedisease, more than 60 million 80-90% of the infections take people have got the virus place between ages 15 to 49 5-10% of •Today, 40milliom infections are among children have got the virus less than 5 years old Each day 16,000 •20 million have died more people are infected
AIDS IN THE WORLDIn 2005 AIDSkilled over3million New infections in 2005:human beings- 600,000 of Total in the world: 5million (4.2them children million adults; 800,000 children)In the future, Russia, China, Senegal, Uganda andIndia, Nigeria and Ethiopia Cambodia show thewill be five countries where first signs of success the epidemic will have the against the spread of AIDS strongest growth.
110million Aidspositive in 2010 : AIDS in the worldIndians: 25 millionsChinese: 15 millionsRussians: 10 millions “The HIV/AIDS’ epidemics represents undoubtedly one of the major catastrophes of our time, in particular for Africa.” (Pope John Paul II to Mr Kofi Annan)
In 2005 1.600,000 720.0001.200.000 870.000 510.000 7.400.000 300.000 25.800,000 74.000 1.800.000 AIDS in the world
AIDS in AfricaIt is estimated In South Africa, Guidethat 87% of all 780,000 people •35% : Botswanachildren infected die each year •20-30%: Namibia,with HIV live in because of AIDS South Africa, Lesotho, ZimbabweAfrica •10-20%: Ivory Coast, Republic of Central Africa, Kenya,Kenya records 1.5 Each year, 60,000 Cameroon, Congomillion deaths become orphans •10-12%: Gabon,because of AIDS because of AIDS Equatorial Guinea, Chad…
AIDS IN AFRICA SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: In 2005: 3.5 million new infections 2.4 million deathsIn KENYA: South Africa1.5 million deaths since 1980 :from 80 records 4.2to 90% of those infected are aged million of fullbetween 15 & 49; from 5 to 10% are AIDS positivechildren under 5 years of age
35%30%25%20%15%10%5%0% Botswa Afr Sud Zimbab Zambie Centrafr Kénya Ethiopi RwandaTanzaniOugandCamero Nigéria Gambie Sénégal Femmes Hommes