Prevention results

Prevention: FY2009 Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission Program Direct Results

Prevention: FY2009 Prevention of Sexual Transmission Direct Results

Prevention: FY2009 Counseling and Testing Direct Results (in settings other than PMTCT)1
Country Number of individuals receiving counseling and testing2
Angola 41,900
Botswana3 0
Cambodia 135,700
Caribbean Regional 900
China 721,900
Cote d'Ivoire 421,900
Democratic Republic of Congo 98,500
Dominican Republic 31,200
Ethiopia 3,270,400
Ghana 38,500
Guyana 26,000
Haiti 518,300
India 320,800
Indonesia 8,700
Kenya 3,412,000
Lesotho 61,600
Malawi 496,300
Mozambique 536,100
Namibia 231,200
Nigeria 1,548,600
Russia 16,000
Rwanda 861,700
South Africa 2,526,600
Sudan 33,700
Swaziland 106,500
Tanzania 2,359,100
Thailand 47,800
Uganda 1,967,400
Ukraine 11,700
Vietnam 178,600
Zambia 861,400
Zimbabwe 345,500
Total 21,236,500
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. 
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
2Counseling and testing results include only those individuals who received their test results. 
3"0" is reported for countries that reported indirect results only. 

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