Care: Direct FY2010 Orphans and Vulnerable Children Results


 

Care: Direct FY2010 Orphans and Vulnerable Children Results 

Countries

Number of orphans and vulnerable children1

Angola2

NA

Botswana

36,700

Cambodia

18,600

China

100

Côte d’Ivoire

126,600

Democratic Republic of the Congo

1,800

Dominican Republic

6,000

Ethiopia

474,200

Ghana

3,400

Guyana

1,600

Haiti

67,800

India

19,700

Indonesia

600

Kenya

673,000

Lesotho

9,500

Malawi

76,700

Mozambique

237,200

Namibia

75,500

Nigeria

255,100

Russia

1,400

Rwanda

67,800

South Africa

386,400

Sudan

2,000

Swaziland3

no results for disaggregates

Tanzania

330,100

Thailand

600

Uganda

384,200

Ukraine3

no results for disaggregates

Vietnam

17,300

Zambia

376,200

Zimbabwe

102,100

Regions

 

Caribbean Regional3

no results for disaggregates

Central America2

NA

Central Asia3

no results for disaggregates

Total

3,752,200

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. The number of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) includes all individuals <18 years reported as a subset of the total number of individuals provided with a minimum of one care service. Prior to FY 2010, the number of OVCs served were counted in a separate indicator. For further information, refer to Indicator C1.1.D in the PEPFAR Next Generation Indicator Guidance on http://www.pepfar.gov/guidance/index.htm.

2 “NA” refers to countries where USG did not support OVC programs.

3 Some countries or regions were not able to disaggregate total care results by age but are in transition to improve data collections systems that will report age and sex disaggregates.

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