Facts and Figures: HIV and AIDS

日期:2019-03-02 04:12:08 作者:赵傲霰 阅读:

By John Pickrell AIDS deaths to date: 20 million people Estimated AIDS deaths by 2015: 60 million people Current HIV infections: About 40 million people HIV infections in Sub-Saharan Africa: 28.4 million people – more than 60% of world total Prevalence of HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa: 9% of total population HIV infections in South Africa: 5.3 million people – biggest national total in the world HIV infections in India: 5.1 million – second biggest national total in the world HIV infections in North America and West and Central Europe: 1.6 million Countries with negative population growth due to AIDS mortality: Botswana, and South Africa. Mozambique, Lesotho and Swaziland are projected follow suit by 2010 Life expectancy in Botswana: 34 years – it would be 72 years without AIDS. Six other countries, from Angola to Zambia, now have average life expectancies under 40 years Access rate to antiretroviral drugs in developing countries: 7% of infected people Global AIDS spending in 2004: $6.1 billion Estimated global AIDS spending required in 2007 for prevention and care: $20 billion Condoms required in the developing world in 2002 to achieve a significant reduction in the rate of HIV infection 10 billion – but only 2.5 billion were distributed Proportion of people in China unable to name a single way to protect themselves against HIV infection in a 2003 survey: 40% Young women in developing world who did not know three HIV protection methods when surveyed: 66% More on these topics: