World AIDS Day 2013: Getting to Zero

Today is World AIDS Day. It’s an international day of awareness and action. World AIDS Day is a day to focus attention on HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care and to measure the world’s progress on “Getting to zero: zero new HIV infections. Zero discrimination. Zero AIDS-related deaths”.

world aids day 2013 infographic

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  1. Stephen in Miami January 14, 2014

    Andrew does raise a good question on a point that could use a bit more clarification, but this is still a really well done info graphic. Just super glad to see that the rate of new cases and deaths have come down significantly in the last two years.

  2. Andrew Ziem December 2, 2013

    What is the difference between “1.4 million pregnant women are HIV positive” (across all communities, including high-income communities) and “in 2011 1.5 million pregnant women were living with HIV in low- and middle-income countries”? Does this mean the number of pregnant women with HIV has dropped since 2011?

    If 1.4 million pregnant women have HIV and about half of women pass HIV to their children but only 960 babies are born with HIV each day, what is happening to the other 350K HIV pregnancies?

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