Prevention: Direct FY2010 Testing and Counseling Results


Countries

Number of individuals1

Angola

114,100

Botswana

145,900

Cambodia

183,200

China

143,400

Côte d’Ivoire

836,700

Democratic Republic of the Congo

243,700

Dominican Republic

65,100

Ethiopia

6,177,500

Ghana

35,000

Guyana

45,300

Haiti

418,200

India

491,800

Indonesia

48,500

Kenya

5,478,100

Lesotho

77,100

Malawi

648,000

Mozambique

1,250,800

Namibia

228,300

Nigeria

1,157,300

Russia

6,100

Rwanda

1,079,100

South Africa

5,034,200

Sudan

62,000

Swaziland

123,800

Tanzania

2,664,300

Thailand

3,500

Uganda

2,992,400

Ukraine

43,300

Vietnam

624,600

Zambia

1,877,800

Zimbabwe

571,300

Regions

 

Caribbean Regional

4,200

Central America2

NA

Central Asia2

NA

Total

32,874,600

Notes:
Numbers may be adjusted as attribution criteria and reporting systems are refined.
All numbers greater than 100 have been rounded off to the nearest 100.

Footnotes:

1 This is a revised indicator for FY2010. This 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, VCT, ANC, L&D, 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. Individuals include TB patients, pregnant women, men receiving circumcision, and infants. For further information, refer to Indicator P11.1.D in the PEPFAR Next Generation Indicator Guidance on http://www.pepfar.gov/guidance/index.htm.

2 “NA” refers to countries or regions where USG did not support T&C programs.

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