West Indies HIV Summary 2017

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Region Statistics Barbados Guyana Haiti Jamaica The Bahamas
Region Statistics Barbados Guyana Haiti Jamaica The Bahamas
People Living With HIV 310,000 2,700 8,200 150,000 34,000 5,300
Overall Adult (15 – 49) HIV Prevalence 1.2% 1.6% 1.7% 1.9% 1.8% 1.9%
New HIV Infections – Overall 15,000 Less than 200 Less than 500 7,600 1,900 Less than 200
New HIV Infections – Children (0–14) 1,100 Less than 100 Less than 1,000 Less than 100
Overall AIDS–related Deaths 10,000 Less than 100 Less than 200 4,700 1,500
AIDS–related Deaths – Children (0–14) Less than 1,000 Less than 100 Less than 1,000 Less than 100
Children Orphaned due to AIDS–relatated Deaths 110,000 Less than 1,000 48,000 16,000
Receiving Anti–Retroviral Treatment – Adults (15+) 49% 65% 64% 34% 56%
Receiving Anti–Retroviral Treatment – Children (14 and Under) 50% 61% 60%

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