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OUR FOCUS : UN POLITICAL DECLARATION TARGET No. 4. 54% of all people eligible were receiving antiretroviral therapy in low- and middle-income countries in 2011. Legend. Number of people eligible for antiretroviral therapy. . Percentage receiving ART in 2011. Source: UNAIDS, 2012.

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OUR FOCUS:

UN POLITICAL DECLARATION TARGET No. 4

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54% of all people eligible were receiving antiretroviral therapy in low- and middle-income countries in 2011

Legend

Number of people eligiblefor antiretroviral therapy.

Percentage receiving ART in 2011.

Source: UNAIDS, 2012

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Return for investment

Likelihood of employment before and after starting antiretroviral therapy

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Before treatment

After starting treatment

Sources: Bärnighausen T et al, The economic benefits of ART: evidence from a complete population cohort in rural South Africa 2nd International HIV Workshop on Treatment as Prevention, Vancouver, Canada, April 2012.

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Percentage of people retained in treatment and care after diagnosis, USA and Mozambique

100%

USA

Mozambique

Retained in

treatment and care

0

Diagnosedwith HIV

Eligiblefor ART

InitiatedART

Adherentor

undetectable

Linked/enrolled in care

Tested <30 days

Retained in care

Source: Gardner E M et al. Clin Infect Dis. 2011;52:793-800; Micek et al JAIDS 2009

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Percentage of people retained in treatment and care after diagnosis, USA and Mozambique

  • To improve testing:
  • Reduce stigma in the community and in healthcare settings
  • Strengthen community support and referral networks
  • Enhance human rights literacy

100%

USA

Mozambique

Retained in

treatment and care

0

Diagnosedwith HIV

Eligiblefor ART

InitiatedART

Adherentor

undetectable

Linked/enrolled in care

Tested <30 days

Retained in care

Source: Gardner E M et al. Clin Infect Dis. 2011;52:793-800; Micek et al JAIDS 2009

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Percentage of people retained in treatment and care after diagnosis, USA and Mozambique

  • Improve enrolment in care:
  • Expand community-centred delivery
  • Overcome cost & transport barriers
  • Enhance treatment & rights literacy

100%

USA

Mozambique

Retained in

treatment and care

0

Diagnosedwith HIV

Eligiblefor ART

InitiatedART

Adherentor

undetectable

Linked/enrolled in care

Tested <30 days

Retained in care

Source: Gardner E M et al. Clin Infect Dis. 2011;52:793-800; Micek et al JAIDS 2009

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Percentage of people retained in treatment and care after diagnosis, USA and Mozambique

  • Get more people on treatment:
  • Enhance peer support programmes
  • Reduce costs
  • Overcome transport barriers
  • Ensure adequate nutrition
  • Reduce stigma in healthcare settings

100%

USA

Mozambique

Retained in

treatment and care

0

Diagnosedwith HIV

Eligiblefor ART

InitiatedART

Adherentor

undetectable

Linked/enrolled in care

Tested <30 days

Retained in care

Source: Gardner E M et al. Clin Infect Dis. 2011;52:793-800; Micek et al JAIDS 2009

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Percentage of people retained in treatment and care after diagnosis, USA and Mozambique

  • Retain people on treatment:
  • Adherence support programmes
  • Reduce gender inequalities
  • Reduce fear of disclosure
  • Overcome cost and transport barriers
  • Referral and support programmes for migrants

100%

USA

Mozambique

Retained in

treatment and care

0

Diagnosedwith HIV

Eligiblefor ART

InitiatedART

Adherentor

undetectable

Linked/enrolled in care

Tested <30 days

Retained in care

Source: Gardner E M et al. Clin Infect Dis. 2011;52:793-800; Micek et al JAIDS 2009