West & Central Afrika HIV Stats

West & Central Afrika HIV Summary 2017

West and Central Africa is home to 5 million people living with HIV, of whom 450,000 are children. HIV prevalence among adults is 1.5%, which is relatively low when compared to East and Southern Africa. There is wide variation between countries, ranging from 0.2% in Mauritania to 7.1% in Equatorial Guinea. - Avert.org

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Togo HIV Summary 2017

Population: 7,797,000 Togo Togo People Living With HIV 110,000 Living With HIV – Women (15–49) 59,000 Living with HIV – Children…

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Senegal HIV Summary 2017

Population: 14,850,000 Senegal Senegal People Living With HIV 43,000 Living With HIV – Women (15–49) 25,000 Living with HIV – Children…

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Nigeria HIV Summary 2017

Population: 190,866,000 Nigeria Nigeria People Living With HIV 3,100,000 Living With HIV – Women (15–49) Living with HIV – Children (0–14)…

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Niger HIV Summary 2017

opulation: 21,477,000 Niger Niger People Living With HIV 36,000 Living With HIV – Women (15–49) 16,000 Living with HIV – Children…

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Mali HIV Summary 2017

Population: 18,541,000 Mali Mali People Living With HIV 130,000 Living With HIV – Women (15–49) 72,000 Living with HIV – Children…

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Liberia HIV Summary 2017

Population: 4,731,000 Liberia Liberia People Living With HIV 40,000 Living With HIV – Women (15–49) 22,000 Living with HIV – Children…

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Guinea HIV Summary 2017

Population: 12,717,000 Guinea Guinea People Living With HIV 120,000 Living With HIV – Women (15–49) 66,000 Living with HIV – Children…

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Ghana HIV Summary 2017

Population: 28,833,000 Ghana Ghana People Living With HIV 310,000 Living With HIV – Women (15–49) 190,000 Living with HIV – Children…

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