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The following counters and charts portray the current global epidemiology of HIV. The charts have hovers and are changeable by clicking on them. They are also downloadable-see the download button.

2.1 million

Source: UNAIDS aidsinfoonline

36.7 million

Source: UNAIDS aidsinfoonline

1.1 million

Source: UNAIDS aidsinfoonline

HIV Care Continuum for Global Cities

PLHIV in 20 high burden cities (2015)

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PMTCT Coverage in Major Cities Compared to National Level

*Data provided by city for 2014

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Reported and projected number of people receiving ART

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Trends in estimated PLHIV, new HIV infections, AIDS-related deaths and people on ART, 1990-2015

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Fast-Track Cities

Ending AIDS as a public health threat by 2030 is feasible if high HIV burden cities around the world fast-track their AIDS responses. Since its World AIDS Day 2014 launch, Mayors and other municipal leaders have joined forces with civil society representatives to action the Paris Declaration on Fast-Track Cities. Four core partners – the City of Paris, IAPAC, UNAIDS, and UN-Habitat – are working with Fast-Track Cities in every region of the world to attain this global initiative’s 90-90-90 and zero stigma and discrimination targets by 2020.

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