Number of AIDS Orphans, National (2004

Report
Getting to Zero:
South Africa HIV Estimates and Projections (2004 -2016)
results: At a Glance
Report Launch, KwaMashu, 17 January 2014
Dr Catherine Sozi
UNAIDS Country Coordinator
Key Message 1: Significant progress has been made in ART scale up
Number of people receiving ART, 2004 - 2012
2,500,000
2,000,000
Total number of people on
ART
1,500,000
Adults receiving ART - males
Adults receiving ART females
1,000,000
children receiving
500,000
0
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Key message 2: Record access to HIV-treatment, record drop in
AIDS-related deaths, 2004 -2012
.
Annual AIDS death, Provincial (2014 – 2016)
AIDS deaths among Children 0-14 years, National (2004 – 2016)
5
Number of People Living with HIV, Provincial (2004 -2016)
6
Number of AIDS Orphans, National (2004 -2016)
7
Key Message 3: New HIV infections are falling bringing South Africa closer to
its goal of reducing new infections by at least 50%
.
Number of New HIV infections 15-49 years, Provincial (2004 -2016)
8
Key Message 3: South Africa is moving closer to its goal of reducing new
infections by at least 50%
Number of New HIV infections among young people, 15-24 years, 2004 -2012
Key Message 4: Strengthened Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission
services is bringing South Africa closer to its goal of ‘Zero new HIV infections
among children
Number of new HIV infections among children, 0 -14 years, 2004 - 2012
Building on the investments made so far
…….
Sustaining progress made will require larger
investments in HIV treatment and
prevention
Leave no-one behind
SA National Estimates Team - 2013
• National Department of Health (NDoH)
– Letta Seshoka; Lindiwe Madikizela ; Precious Robinson ; Paul Ndala; Michael Mokona
• Stats SA
– Lesego Lefakane; Chantal Munthree
• Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC)
– Khangelani Zuma
• National Institute of Communicable diseases (NICD)
– Simba Takuva
• PEPFAR partners
– Amy Gotlieb; Ehimario Igumbor
• Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative (CHAI)
– John Ashmore
• HE2RO
– Gezine Meyer-Rath
• UN
– Helen Odido; Eva Kiwango; Sanjana Bhardwaj ; Kesaobaka Modukanele

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