Browse Indicators

Indicator title
Number of people on opioid substitution therapy (OST)
Support for Children Affected by HIV and AIDS
Number of health facilities providing ANC services that also provide CD4 testing on site, or have a system for collecting and transporting blood samples for CD4 testing for HIV-infected pregnant women
National Commitments and Policy Instrument (NCPI)
Number of reported congenital syphilis cases (live births and stillbirth) in the past 12 months
Percentage of women accessing antenatal care (ANC) services who were tested for syphilis at first ANC visit
Orphans school attendance
Government funding for HIV/AIDS
Percentage of pregnant women who know their HIV status (tested for HIV and received their results - during pregnancy, during labour and delivery, and during the post-partum period (<72 hours), including those with previously known HIV status)
HIV Treatment: Survival After 12 Months on Antiretroviral Therapy
Percentage of adults and children with HIV still alive and known to be on antiretroviral therapy 60 months after initiating treatment among patients initiating antiretroviral therapy during 2007
Number of health facilities that provide HIV testing and counselling services
Number of eligible adults and children who newly initiated antiretroviral therapy (ART) during the reporting period (2012)
Percentage of men who have sex with men with active syphilis
Mother-to-child transmission of HIV (modelled)
HIV Testing in Most-at-risk Populations
Men who have sex with men: Prevention Programmes
Number of health facilities providing ANC services
Twelve-month retention on antiretroviral therapy
Number of adults reported with syphilis (primary/secondary and latent/unknown) in the past 12 months
Number of pregnant women aged 15 and older who received testing and counselling in the past 12 months and received their results
External Economic Support to the poorest households
Number of opioid substitution therapy (OSP) sites
Number of service outlets providing counseling and testing according to national or international standards
Most-at-risk Populations: Reduction in HIV Prevalence