Care and support results


Care: FY2009 Orphans and Vulnerable Children Direct Results1
CountryNumber of orphans and vulnerable children receiving support
Angola2NA
Botswana20
Cambodia12,800
Caribbean Regional2NA
China2NA
Cote d'Ivoire95,900
Democratic Republic of Congo8,300
Dominican Republic800
Ethiopia554,800
Ghana3,800
Guyana1,300
Haiti54,200
India11,800
Indonesia2NA
Kenya569,200
Lesotho6,500
Malawi58,500
Mozambique230,900
Namibia89,000
Nigeria203,200
Russia2NA
Rwanda75,000
South Africa486,400
Sudan2NA
Swaziland40
Tanzania371,000
Thailand2NA
Uganda262,400
Ukraine30
Vietnam11,400
Zambia443,600
Zimbabwe69,300
Total 3,620,140
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: 
1PEPFAR defines direct support as data that captures the number of individuals receiving prevention, care, and treatment services through service delivery sites or providers directly supported by U.S. Government (USG) interventions or activities at the point of service delivery. An intervention or activity is considered to be direct support if it can be associated with counts of uniquely identified individuals receiving prevention, care, or treatment services at a unique program or service delivery point benefiting from the intervention or activity. The indicators for this program area in effect in FY 2009, as well as the Next Generation Indicators currently in force for PEPFAR's second phase, may be found at www.pepfar.gov/guidance/.
2"0"  is reported for countries that reported indirect results only. "NA" refers to countries where USG did not support OVC programs.
3USG has begun to support OVC programs in Ukraine but no results were reported for FY 2009 due to a delay in the implementation of planned activities. 

 

Care: FY2009 Care and Support Direct Results1
CountryNumber of HIV-infected individuals who received care & support (including TB/HIV)Number of HIV-infected clients receiving HIV care & support services that are receiving treatment for TB disease (subset of all care & support)
AngolaNA3NA3
Botswana200
Cambodia19,300700
Caribbean Regional30NA4
China42,300800
Cote d'Ivoire105,5003,800
Democratic Republic of Congo8,300100
Dominican Republic6,50019
Ethiopia444,70015,700
Ghana38,200700
Guyana4,100200
Haiti60,0002,400
India107,5006,100
Indonesia1,9000
Kenya890,40047,000
Lesotho38,8001,300
Malawi47,3002,700
Mozambique571,00016,100
Namibia148,80011,100
Nigeria1,043,10033,300
Russia5,200800
Rwanda89,5002,300
South Africa2,114,30097,900
Sudan6,200NA5
Swaziland58,2007,100
Tanzania473,50017,800
Thailand14,4002,600
Uganda398,00018,600
Ukraine3,000300
Vietnam125,0005,300
Zambia387,40014,000
Zimbabwe123,6000
Total 7,376,030308,719
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: 
1PEPFAR defines direct support as data that captures the number of individuals receiving prevention, care, and treatment services through service delivery sites or providers directly supported by U.S. Government (USG) interventions or activities at the point of service delivery. An intervention or activity is considered to be direct support if it can be associated with counts of uniquely identified individuals receiving prevention, care, or treatment services at a unique program or service delivery point benefiting from the intervention or activity. The indicators for this program area in effect in FY 2009, as well as the Next Generation Indicators currently in force for PEPFAR's second phase, may be found at www.pepfar.gov/guidance/.
2"0" is reported for countries that reported indirect results only. 
3"NA" refers to countries where USG did not support care and support programs.
4"NA" refers to countries where USG did not support care and support programs providing treatment for TB disease.

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