Prevention: Direct FY2013 Testing and Counseling Results


Countries Number of individuals 1
Angola 158,900
Botswana 131,000
Burma 11,100
Burundi 374,900
Cambodia 202,500
Cameroon 117,300
Côte d'Ivoire 1,111,300
Democratic Republic of the Congo 603,600
Dominican Republic 65,400
Ethiopia 8,069,500
Ghana 93,300
Guyana 19,900
Haiti 839,000
India 20,300
Indonesia 25,000
Kenya 8,790,800
Lesotho 138,900
Malawi 1,746,400
Mozambique 2,745,800
Namibia 315,100
Nigeria 6,675,000
Papua New Guinea 1,800
Russia NA
Rwanda 1,690,800
South Africa 6,617,300
South Sudan 60,100
Swaziland 249,800
Tanzania 5,187,000
Uganda 7,451,900
Ukraine 29,900
Vietnam 602,000
Zambia 2,317,400
Zimbabwe 1,073,100
Asia Region 24,000
Caribbean Region 84,200
Central America 61,200
Central Asia2  NA
Total 57,705,500
All numbers greater than 100 have been rounded off to the nearest 100. 
All results reflect accomplishments through September 30, 2013.
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 Reference Guide Version 1.2 on
2"NA" refers to countries or regions where USG did not support T&C programs.

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