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UNAIDS World AIDS Day Report | 2011 Core Epidemiology Slides. Global summary of the AIDS epidemic  2010 . Total Adults Women Children (<15 years) Total Adults Children (<15 years) Total Adults Children (<15 years). 34.0 million [31.6 million–35.2 million]

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UNAIDS World AIDS Day Report | 2011

Core Epidemiology Slides


Global summary of the AIDS epidemic  2010

Total

Adults

Women

Children (<15 years)

Total

Adults

Children (<15 years)

Total

Adults

Children (<15 years)

34.0 million [31.6 million–35.2 million]

30.1 million [28.4 million–31.5 million]

16.8 million [15.8 million–17.6 million]

3.4 million [3.0 million–3.8 million]

2.7 million [2.4 million–2.9 million]2.3 million [2.1 million–2.5 million]

390 000 [340 000–450 000]

1.8 million [1.6 million–1.9 million]1.5 million [1.4 million–1.6 million]

250 000 [220 000–290 000]

Number of people living with HIV

People newly infected

with HIV in 2010

AIDS deaths in 2010


Global estimates for adults and children  2010

People living with HIV34.0 million [31.6 million – 35.2 million]

New HIV infections in 2010 2.7 million [2.4 million – 2.9 million]

Deaths due to AIDS in 2010 1.8 million [1.6 million – 1.9 million]


Regional HIV and AIDS statistics and features  2010

Adults and children living with HIV

Adults and children newly infected with HIV

Adult prevalence (15‒49) [%]

Adult & child

deaths due to AIDS

Sub-Saharan Africa

22.9 million

[21.6 million – 24.1 million]

1.9 million

[1.7 million – 2.1 million]

5.0%

[4.7% – 5.2%]

1.2 million

[1.1 million – 1.4 million]

Middle East and North Africa

470 000

[350 000 – 570 000]

59 000

[40 000 – 73 000]

0.2%

[0.2% – 0.3%]

35 000

[25 000 – 42 000]

South and South-East Asia

4.0 million

[3.6 million – 4.5 million]

270 000

[230 000 – 340 000]

0.3%

[0.3% – 0.3%]

250 000

[210 000 – 280 000]

East Asia

790 000

[580 000 – 1.1 million]

88 000

[48 000 – 160 000]

0.1%

[0.1% – 0.1%]

56 000

[40 000 – 76 000]

Latin America

1.5 million

[1.2 million – 1.7 million]

100 000

[73 000 – 140 000]

0.4%

[0.3% – 0.5%]

67 000

[45 000 – 92 000]

Caribbean

200 000

[170 000 – 220 000]

12 000

[9400 – 17 000]

0.9%

[0.8% – 1.0%]

9000

[6900 – 12 000]

Eastern Europe and Central Asia

1.5 million

[1.3 million – 1.7 million]

160 000

[110 000 – 200 000]

0.9%

[0.8% – 1.1%]

90 000

[74 000 – 110 000]

Western and Central Europe

840 000

[770 000 – 930 000]

30 000

[22 000 – 39 000]

0.2%

[0.2% – 0.2%]

9900

[8900 – 11 000]

North America

1.3 million

[1.0 million – 1.9 million]

58 000

[24 000 – 130 000]

0.6%

[0.5% – 0.9%]

20 000

[16 000 – 27 000]

Oceania

54 000

[48 000 – 62 000]

3300

[2400 – 4200]

0.3%

[0.2% – 0.3%]

1600

[1200 – 2000]

TOTAL

34.0 million

[31.6 million – 35.2 million]

2.7 million

[2.4 million – 2.9 million]

0.8%

[0.8% - 0.8%]

1.8 million

[1.6 million – 1.9 million]

The ranges around the estimates in this table define the boundaries within which the actual numbers lie, based on the best available information.


Adults and children estimated to be living with HIV  2010

Eastern Europe & Central Asia

1.5 million

[1.3 million – 1.7 million]

Western &

Central Europe

840 000

[770 000 – 930 000]

North America

1.3 million

[1.0 million – 1.9 million]

East Asia

790 000

[580 000 – 1.1 million]

Middle East&North Africa

470 000

[350 000 – 570 000]

Caribbean

200 000

[170 000 – 220 000]

South & South-East Asia

4.0 million

[3.6 million – 4.5 million]

Sub-Saharan Africa

22.9 million

[21.6 million – 24.1 million]

Latin America

1.5 million

[1.2 million – 1.7 million]

Oceania

54 000

[48 000 – 62 000]

Total: 34.0 million[31.6 million – 35.2 million]


Estimated number of adults and children

newly infected with HIV  2010

Eastern Europe & Central Asia

160 000

[110 000 – 200 000]

Western &

Central Europe

30 000

[22 000 – 39 000]

North America

58 000

[24 000 – 130 000]

East Asia

88 000

[48 000 – 160 000]

Middle East&North Africa

59 000

[40 000 – 73 000]

Caribbean

12 000

[9400 – 17 000]

South & South-East Asia

270 000

[230 000 – 340 000]

Sub-Saharan Africa

1.9 million

[1.7 million – 2.1 million]

Latin America

100 000

[73 000 – 140 000]

Oceania

3300

[2400 – 4200]

Total: 2.7 million [2.4 million – 2.9 million]


Estimated adult and child deaths from AIDS  2010

Eastern Europe & Central Asia

90 000

[74 000 – 110 000]

Western &

Central Europe

9900

[8900 – 11 000]

North America

20 000

[16 000 – 27 000]

East Asia

56 000

[40 000 – 76 000]

Middle East & North Africa

35 000

[25 000 – 42 000]

Caribbean

9000

[6900 – 12 000]

South & South-East Asia

250 000

[210 000 – 280 000]

Sub-Saharan Africa

1.2 million

[1.1 million – 1.4 million]

Latin America

67 000

[45 000 – 92 000]

Oceania

1600

[1200 – 2000]

Total: 1.8 million [1.6 million – 1.9 million]


Children (<15 years) estimated to be living with HIV 2010

Eastern Europe & Central Asia

17 000

[14 000 – 23 000]

Western &

Central Europe

1400

[<1000 – 1800]

North America

4500

[4000 – 5800]

East Asia

16 000

[11 000 – 21 000]

Middle East & North Africa

40 000

[27 000 – 52 000]

Caribbean

16 000

[12 000 – 19 000]

South & South-East Asia

160 000

[110 000 – 210 000]

Sub-Saharan Africa

3.1 million

[2.8 million – 3.5 million]

Latin America

42 000

[30 000 – 54 000]

Oceania

4600

[3600 – 5800]

Total: 3.4 million [3.0 million – 3.8 million]


Estimated number of children (<15 years)

newly infected with HIV  2010

Eastern Europe & Central Asia

2200

[1700 – 2900]

Western &

Central Europe

<100

[<200]

North America

<100

[<200]

East Asia

2100

[<1000 – 3800]

Middle East & North Africa

6800

[4800 – 8800]

Caribbean

1200

[<1000 – 1700]

South & South-East Asia

20 000

[14 000 – 28 000]

Sub-Saharan Africa

350 000

[300 000 – 410 000]

Latin America

3500

[2100 – 5000]

Oceania

<1000

[<500 – <1000]

Total: 390 000 [340 000 – 450 000]


Estimated deaths in children (<15 years) from AIDS  2010

Eastern Europe & Central Asia

1200

[<1000 – 1800]

Western &

Central Europe

<100

[<200]

North America

<100

[<200]

East Asia

1100

[<1000 – 1700]

Middle East & North Africa

3900

[2700 – 5000]

Caribbean

1000

[<1000 – 1300]

South & South-East Asia

14 000

[8300 – 20 000]

Sub-Saharan Africa

230 000

[200 000 – 260 000]

Latin America

2400

[1300 – 3500]

Oceania

<500

[<500 – <500]

Total: 250 000 [220 000 – 290 000]


Over 7000 new HIV infections a day in 2010

  • About 97% are in low and middle income countries

  • About 1000 are in children under 15 years of age

  • About 6000 are in adults aged 15 years and older, of whom:

    • ─ almost 48% are among women

    • ─ about 42% are among young people (15-24)


2010 global HIV and AIDS estimates

Children (<15 years)

Children living with HIV3.4 million [3.0 million – 3.8 million]

New HIV infections in 2010 390 000 [340 000 – 450 000]

Deaths due to AIDS in 2010250 000 [220 000 – 290 000]


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