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HIV/AIDS Epidemic Disproportionately Affects Women
In sub-Saharan Africa, women make up 61% of HIV cases. Burden on Women Source: UNAIDS and WHO, 2007. Proportion of women with HIV is increasing in other regions.
Young Women Are Disproportionately Affected HIV among 15- to 24-year- olds in sub-Saharan Africa Source: UNAIDS, 2006. 75% young women 25% young men
HIV Prevalence among Youth Source: DHS for Dominican Republic 2002, Cameroon 2004, Kenya 2003, Zambia 2001-2002. Percentage of 15- to 24-year-old women and men
Example: Prevalence of HIV in Kenya Source: DHS for Kenya, 2003. Percentage of population by sex and age
Pregnant Women Share Burden In many countries of southern Africa, one in three pregnant women are living with HIV. Source: UNAIDS, 2006; UNAIDS, 2006.
HIV in Children Source: UNAIDS and WHO, 2007. 2.1 million among adults New HIV infections worldwide, 2007 420,000 among children
Children Orphaned by AIDS Consequences: Psychosocial impact Health risks Nutritional deficiencies Economic deprivation Increase in HIV infection risk
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UNAIDS, Regional Support Team, Eastern and Southern Africa
UNAIDS World AIDS Day Report | 2011 Core Epidemiology Slides.
AIDS/Other Diseases Sub-Saharan Africa.
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