Partnering to Achieve Epidemic Control in the Asia Region


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Date: 07/28/2016 Description: PEPFAR Asia Regional Logo - State Dept Image

The United States is proud to support the Asia Region in its leadership in the global HIV/AIDS response. Working closely with national governments, civil society, and other development partners, PEPFAR provides targeted technical assistance to maximize the quality, coverage, and impact of the national HIV/AIDS response in three countries – China, Laos, and Thailand – and other partners across Asia. Throughout the region, PEPFAR is aligning investments to demonstrate and scale up interventions that help those facing the highest burden of HIV/AIDS – in line with PEPFAR 3.0. Specific priorities include the following:


  • Demonstrating cost-effective approaches to reach, test, treat, and retain key populations in order to catalyze and sustain broader epidemic control
  • Saving lives and promoting global health security by strengthening the capacity of national and community health systems and working with them to replicate and scale up highly successful models across Asia
  • Building the implementation, research, and advocacy capacity of key populations
  • Expanding and improving the quality of care and treatment for adults, adolescents, and children living with HIV/AIDS
  •  Increasing demand for and access to a faster, high-quality HIV diagnosis
  •  Improving the use of strategic information for more evidence-based policies and decision-making
  • Developing scientific tools and approaches to help PEPFAR programs better plan, measure, and report on capacity-building efforts


HIV/AIDS in the Asia Region

Number of people living with HIV (all ages), 2015
Deaths due to AIDS
(all ages), 2015
Estimated antiretroviral treatment coverage (adults ages 15+), 2015


Saving Lives


In 2016, PEPFAR supported the following achievements in the Asia Region:


  • Life-saving antiretroviral treatment for 15,680 people
  • Testing and counseling for 71,599 people
  • Antiretroviral medications for 67 pregnant women to reduce mother-to-child transmission

Get the most up-to-date data on program results, expenditures, and planned funding at

PEPFAR Planned Funding in the Asia Region4

FY 2016: $15 million
For complete fiscal year trends, please see the PEPFAR Dashboards.

1.     UNAIDS. (2015). China: 2015 Country factsheets. Retrieved from

2.    UNAIDS. (2015). Lao People’s Democratic Republic: 2015 Country factsheets. Retrieved from

3.    UNAIDS. (2015). Thailand: 2015 Country factsheets. Retrieved from

4.    Data reflect information available on the PEPFAR Dashboards and, which represents planned new bilateral funding initially approved in the PEPFAR Country Operational Plans/Regional Operational Plans (COPs/ROPs) each fiscal year. As additional funding may be approved and made available after the initial COPs/ROPs submission, or to PEPFAR-supported countries that are not required to submit an annual COP/ROP, data on the Dashboards may not represent the final PEPFAR programmatic funding level in countries each fiscal year.