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  1. Towards Universal AccessScaling up priority HIV/AIDS internventions in the health sector Progress Report, April 2007

  2. Estimated number of people receiving and needing antiretroviral therapy, and percentage coverage in low- and middle income countries according to region, December 2006

  3. Estimated number of children aged under 15 years receiving and needing antiretroviral therapy, and percentage coverage in low- and middle income countries according to region, December 2006

  4. Number of people receiving ARV therapy in low- and middle-income countries, 2002—2006

  5. Unmet need in low- and middle-income countries according to region, December 2006

  6. Estimated antiretroviral therapy coverage of at least 28% in low- and middle-income countries, December 2006a a28% is the overall ART coverage for low-income and middle-income countries. Only countries with an estimated ART need of at least 1000 are included in this graph. The bar indicates the uncertainty range around the estimate.

  7. Fifteen low- income and middle- income countries with the highest estimated numbers of people receiving treatment, and corresponding estimated antiretroviral therapy coverages, December 2006 a a a aThe estimated ART coverage is currently under review and will be adjusted, as appropriate, based on new data collected during 2006. Preliminary analysis suggests that numbers lie within these ranges. The bar indicates the uncertainty range around the estimate.

  8. Low-income and middle-income countries with antiretroviral therapy coverages of at least 25% among children under 15, 2006a aOnly countries with an ART need among children of at least 1000 are included in this graph. The bar indicates the uncertainty range around the estimate.

  9. Treatment access among injecting drug users (IDUs) in Eastern Europe, selected countries, 2004

  10. Percentages of men reporting symptoms of STIs in the last 12 months who sought care at a service provider with personnel trained in STI care, 2002-2005 Source: Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS), MEASURE DHS

  11. Probability of death in African children starting antiretroviral therapy (ART) according to age at ART initiation (n = 1195). KIDS-ART-LINC Collaboration, February 2007

  12. Source: National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), Ministry of Health, India

  13. Probability of death among people on antiretroviral therapy in four ART programmes in Côte d'Ivoire, Malawi and South Africa, February 2007 Kaplan-Meier curves of probability of death in 7109 HIV-1-infected patients treated in four large ART programmes in Côte d'Ivoire, Malawi and South Africa. Results from individual clinics are shown in grey, combined estimates in blue. ART-LINC (ANRS/NIH) Collaboration, February 2007.

  14. Institutional deaths per 100 000 population and programmatic data: patients currently receiving antiretroviral therapy and deaths on therapy, Botswana 1994-2005a 2002 estimated from mortality reports a2005 deaths annualized on basis of deaths until June 2005, reported by November 2005; ART programme data reported until September 2005.

  15. Ten low-income and middle-income countries with the highest estimated numbers of HIV-infected pregnant women and corresponding percentages of HIV-infected pregnant women who received ARVs for PMTCT, 2005

  16. Percentages of pregnant women who received an HIV test and percentages of HIV-infected pregnant women receiving ARVs for PMTCT, selected countries, 2005a Percentage of pregnant women who received an HIV testb Percentage of HIV-infected pregnant women who received ARVs for PMTCTc aCountries with at least 40% of HIV-infected pregnant women who received ARVs for PMTCT are included in this graph (countries with less than 500 estimated HIV-infected pregnant women are not included). Countries are ranked by the numbers of HIV-infected pregnant women, i.e. Botswana has the highest number and Jamaica the lowest. b Denominator is estimated number of pregnant women (15-49 years old) as of 2005. c Denominator is estimated number of HIV-infected pregnant women (15-49 years old) as of 2005. The bar indicates the uncertainty range around the estimate. Source: UNICEF and WHO on behalf of the expanded Interagency Task Team on PMTCT, "A report card on the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and paediatric HIV care", 2006 (forthcoming).

  17. Number of PMTCT sites in Rwanda, 1999-2006 Source: Ministry of Health, Rwanda

  18. Selected PMTCT programme indicators, Rwanda, 2005 Source: Ministry of Health, Rwanda

  19. Percentage of pregnant women who received an HIV test in the ten countries with the highest estimated number of HIV-infected pregnant women, 2005 Source: UNICEF and WHO on behalf of the expanded Interagency Task Team on PMTCT, "A report card on the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and paediatric HIV care", 2006 (forthcoming).

  20. Trends in the cost of first-line antiretroviral therapy regimens in low-income and middle-income countries, 2004‒2006 Low-income countries Middle-income countries

  21. Proportion of the estimated total number of HIV-positive tuberculosis cases identified through testing for HIV in 2005

  22. Time trends in prevalences of gonorrhoea, chlamydia, syphilis among female sex workers in Cotonou, Benin, 1993-2005 Source: Labbé AC, et al.

  23. Low-income and middle-income countries implementing WHO drug resistance surveys and the proposed WHO HIVDR Laboratory Network in 2006