Assessing Global HIV Targets in PEPFAR Countries: A Dashboard

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Table 1: PEPFAR Countries Preparing COPS/ROPS That Have Met Global Targets
Country 13 PEPFAR High-Burden Country 90-90-90 Treatment Cascade HIV Incidence-to-Mortality Ratio HIV Incidence per 1000 Population HIV Incidence-to-Prevalence Ratio
% People living with HIV who know their status % People living with HIV receiving ART % People living with HIV who have suppressed viral loads
Global Target  – 90 81 73 <1 <1 <3
Angola X
Barbados X X X X
Botswana X X X X X
Burkina Faso X X X
Burma X
Burundi X X X X
Cambodia X X X X X
Cameroon X X
Côte d’Ivoire X X X X
Democratic Republic of the Congo X
Dominican Republic X
Eswatini X X X X X
Ethiopia X X X
Ghana X
Guyana X X
Haiti X X
Jamaica X
Kazakhstan X
Kenya X X X X
Kyrgyzstan X
Laos X
Lesotho X X
Liberia X X
Malawi X X
Namibia X X X X
Nepal X X X
Nigeria X
Papua New Guinea X
Rwanda X X X X X
Senegal X X
South Africa X X
South Sudan
Tajikistan X
Tanzania X
Thailand X X X X
Togo X
Trinidad and Tobago X X X
Uganda X X X
Ukraine X
Vietnam X X X
Zambia X X X X
Zimbabwe X X X X X
# Countries that have met target  –  11 9 9 13 31 16
NOTES: HIV epidemiological data is for all ages unless otherwise specified.
SOURCES: U.S. Department of State, “Where We Work — PEPFAR” webpage, UNAIDS, AIDSInfo database, accessed July 2020. UNAIDS, Global AIDS Update 2020, July 2020. UNAIDS, “Ratio of new HIV infections to number of people living with HIV improving”, April 2020. UNAIDS, “Making the End of AIDS Real: Consensus building around what we mean by epidemic control”, October 2017.
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