People Living with HIV/AIDS (Adults and Children) 2011

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People Living with HIV/AIDS (Adults and Children)

2011

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People Living with HIV/AIDS (Adults and Children)

2011

(Go to Maps above or Notes and Sources below)

Rank Table by:

Rank Country Name Number 
Global 34,000,000
1 South Africa 5,600,000
2 Nigeria 3,400,000
3 Kenya 1,600,000
3 Tanzania (United Rep. of) 1,600,000
4 Mozambique 1,400,000
4 Uganda 1,400,000
5 United States of America 1,300,000
6 Zimbabwe 1,200,000
7 Zambia 970,000
8 Malawi 910,000
9 Ethiopia 790,000
10 China 780,000
11 Cameroon 550,000
12 Brazil 490,000
12 Thailand 490,000
13 Indonesia 380,000
14 Cote d’Ivoire 360,000
15 Lesotho 320,000
16 Botswana 300,000
17 Viet Nam 250,000
18 Angola 230,000
18 Ghana 230,000
18 Ukraine 230,000
19 Myanmar 220,000
20 Chad 210,000
20 Rwanda 210,000
21 Namibia 190,000
21 Swaziland 190,000
22 Mexico 180,000
23 France 160,000
24 Colombia 150,000
24 Italy 150,000
24 South Sudan 150,000
24 Spain 150,000
24 Togo 150,000
25 Central African Republic 130,000
25 Pakistan 130,000
26 Burkina Faso 120,000
26 Haiti 120,000
27 Mali 110,000
28 Venezuela 99,000
29 Iran (Islamic Republic of) 96,000
30 Argentina 95,000
31 United Kingdom 94,000
32 Guinea 85,000
33 Congo 83,000
34 Malaysia 81,000
35 Burundi 80,000
36 Peru 74,000
37 Germany 73,000
38 Canada 71,000
39 Sudan 69,000
40 Guatemala 65,000
40 Niger 65,000
41 Benin 64,000
41 Cambodia 64,000
42 Senegal 53,000
43 Chile 51,000
44 Nepal 49,000
44 Sierra Leone 49,000
45 Portugal 48,000
46 Gabon 46,000
47 Dominican Republic 44,000
48 Ecuador 35,000
48 Poland 35,000
48 Somalia 35,000
49 Madagascar 34,000
50 Honduras 33,000
51 Morocco 32,000
52 Jamaica 30,000
53 Papua New Guinea 28,000
54 Liberia 25,000
54 Netherlands 25,000
55 El Salvador 24,000
55 Guinea-Bissau 24,000
55 Mauritania 24,000
56 Eritrea 23,000
57 Australia 22,000
57 Yemen 22,000
58 Belarus 20,000
58 Belgium 20,000
58 Equatorial Guinea 20,000
58 Switzerland 20,000
59 Kazakhstan 19,000
59 Philippines 19,000
60 Austria 18,000
60 Panama 18,000
61 Bolivia 17,000
62 Romania 16,000
63 Korea (Republic of) 15,000
63 Moldova (Republic of) 15,000
64 Cuba 14,000
64 Gambia 14,000
65 Paraguay 13,000
65 Trinidad and Tobago 13,000
66 Kyrgyzstan 12,000
66 Uruguay 12,000
67 Greece 11,000
67 Tajikistan 11,000
68 Estonia 9,900
69 Egypt 9,500
70 Djibouti 9,200
71 Latvia 9,100
71 Sweden 9,100
72 Costa Rica 8,800
73 Israel 8,500
74 Japan 7,900
75 Ireland 7,800
76 Bangladesh 7,700
77 Nicaragua 7,600
78 Mauritius 7,400
79 Azerbaijan 6,700
80 Bahamas 6,500
81 Guyana 6,200
82 Denmark 6,100
83 Afghanistan 5,800
84 Turkey 5,500
85 Georgia 4,900
86 Belize 4,600
87 Norway 4,500
88 Sri Lanka 4,200
89 Hungary 4,100
90 Bulgaria 3,900
91 Armenia 3,600
92 Serbia 3,500
93 Singapore 3,400
93 Suriname 3,400
94 Cape Verde 3,300
95 Finland 2,900
95 Lebanon 2,900
96 New Zealand 2,600
97 Czech Republic 2,100
98 Tunisia 1,700
99 Lithuania 1,500
100 Barbados 1,400
101 Bhutan 1,300
102 Croatia 1,200
103 Iceland <1,000
103 Luxembourg <1,000
103 Mongolia <1,000
103 Sao Tome and Principe <1,000
103 Slovenia <1,000
104 Comoros <500
104 Fiji <500
104 Malta <500
104 Slovakia <500
105 Maldives <100
106 Russian Federation 730000-1300000
107 Algeria 13000-28000
108 Albania (NA)
108 American Samoa (NA)
108 Andorra (NA)
108 Anguilla (NA)
108 Antigua and Barbuda (NA)
108 Aruba (NA)
108 Bahrain (NA)
108 Bermuda (NA)
108 Bosnia and Herzegovina (NA)
108 Bouvet Island (NA)
108 British Indian Ocean Territory (NA)
108 British Virgin Islands (NA)
108 Brunei Darussalam (NA)
108 Cayman Islands (NA)
108 Christmas Island (NA)
108 Cocos (Keeling Islands) (NA)
108 Congo (Dem. Republic of) (NA)
108 Cook Islands (NA)
108 Cyprus (NA)
108 Dominica (NA)
108 Faeroe Islands (NA)
108 Falkland Islands (Malvinas) (NA)
108 French Guiana (NA)
108 French Polynesia (NA)
108 French Southern Territories and Antarctic Lands (NA)
108 Gibraltar (NA)
108 Greenland (NA)
108 Grenada (NA)
108 Guadeloupe (NA)
108 Guam (NA)
108 Heard Island and McDonald Islands (NA)
108 India (NA)
108 Iraq (NA)
108 Johnston Atoll (NA)
108 Jordan (NA)
108 Kiribati (NA)
108 Korea (Dem. Peo. Rep. of) (NA)
108 Kuwait (NA)
108 Lao People’s Democratic Rep. (NA)
108 Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (NA)
108 Liechtenstein (NA)
108 Macedonia (The former Yugoslav Republic of) (NA)
108 Marshall Islands (NA)
108 Martinique (NA)
108 Mayotte (NA)
108 Micronesia (Federated States of) (NA)
108 Midway (NA)
108 Monaco (NA)
108 Montenegro (NA)
108 Montserrat (NA)
108 Nauru (NA)
108 Netherlands Antilles (NA)
108 New Caledonia (NA)
108 Niue (NA)
108 Norfolk Island (NA)
108 Northern Mariana Islands (NA)
108 Oman (NA)
108 Palau (NA)
108 Pitcairn Island (NA)
108 Puerto Rico (NA)
108 Qatar (NA)
108 Reunion (NA)
108 Saint Helena (NA)
108 Saint Kitts and Nevis (NA)
108 Saint Lucia (NA)
108 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (NA)
108 Samoa (NA)
108 San Marino (NA)
108 Saudi Arabia (NA)
108 Seychelles (NA)
108 Solomon Islands (NA)
108 Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands (NA)
108 Syrian Arab Republic (NA)
108 Timor Leste (NA)
108 Tokelau (NA)
108 Tonga (NA)
108 Turkmenistan (NA)
108 Turks and Caicos Island (NA)
108 Tuvalu (NA)
108 United Arab Emirates (NA)
108 Uzbekistan (NA)
108 Vanuatu (NA)
108 Virgin Islands (U.S.) (NA)
108 Wake Island (NA)
108 Wallis and Futuna Islands (NA)
108 West Bank and Gaza (NA)
108 Western Sahara (NA)

Notes: Data are estimates. For most countries, UNAIDS provides estimates as well as ranges around the estimates that define the boundaries within which the actual numbers lie. For some countries, UNAIDS provides only a range. These data were included above as appropriate.

Definitions: HIV: Human immunodeficiency virus, the virus that causes AIDS. HIV can be transmitted through infected blood, semen, vaginal secretions, breast milk, and during pregnancy or delivery. HIV destroys certain white blood cells called CD4+ T cells. These cells are critical to the normal function of the human immune system, which defends the body against illness. When HIV weakens the immune system, a person is more susceptible to developing a variety of cancers and becoming infected with viruses, bacteria and parasites. The disease has four stages: primary or acute HIV infection, asymptomatic, symptomatic, and advanced HIV disease (AIDS).

AIDS: Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. A disease of the body’s immune system caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). A person who tests positive for HIV is considered to have progressed to AIDS when a laboratory test shows that his or her immune system is severely weakened by the virus or when he or she develops at least one of about 25 different opportunistic infections — diseases that might not affect a person with a normal immune system but that take advantage of damaged immune systems. People who have not had one of these opportunistic infections, but whose immune system is severely damaged, are also considered to have progressed to an AIDS diagnosis.

Sources: UNAIDS, Report on the Global AIDS Epidemic, 2012:http://www.unaids.org/en/resources/campaigns/20121120_globalreport2012/globalreport/.

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