Browse Indicators

Indicator title
Government HIV and AIDS Policies
Percentage of orphaned and vulnerable children aged 5–17 years who have three basic material needs met
Primary abstinence
Number and percent of people testing HIV positive and Number and percent of people testing positive who subsequently enroll in HIV care
Percentage of TB patients who had an HIV test result recorded in the TB register [disaggegrated by sex (female, male), age (0-4, 5-14, 15 and above), and HIV status (HIV positive, HIV negative)]
Percentage of HIV-infected pregnant women assessed for eligibility for antiretroviral therapy (CD4 count or clinical staging)
Number of injecting drug users (IDUs) on opioid substitution therapy
Key populations at risk: Number and percentage of key populations at risk reached with HIV prevention programs (HIV-P5)
Number and percentage of adults and children newly enrolled in HIV care who start on treatment for latent TB infection (isoniazid preventive therapy) among the total number of adults and children newly enrolled in HIV care over a given time period
Percentage of female sex workers reporting the use of a condom with every client in the last month
Antiretroviral therapy for HIV-infected pregnant women eligible for treatment
Sexually transmitted infections: comprehensive case management
Provision of Therapeutic or Supplementary Food to Undernourished PLHIV
Number of individuals who received Testing and Counseling (T&C) services for HIV and received their test results
Number of adults and children living with HIV who receive care and support services outside facilities during the reporting period
Number of HIV-positive clients given TB preventive therapy
Twelve-month retention on antiretroviral therapy
Percentage of health facilities dispensing ARV that experienced a stock-out of at least one required ARV in the last 12 months [disaggregated by sector (public, private)]
Percentage of HIV infected women using a modern family planning method
Number of HIV-positive pregnant women who received antiretrovirals to reduce risk of mother-to-child-transmission
Percentage of currently married women who usually make a decision about their own health care either by themselves or jointly with their husbands (HIV-O11)
Number of individuals from the targeted audience reached through community outreach with at least one HIV information, education, communication or behavior change communication
Number and percentage of adults and children enrolled in HIV care who started TB treatment, expressed as a proportion of adults and children in HIV care during the reporting period
Consistent condom use: Young people’s condom use with non-regular partners
Number and percent of patients in HIV treatment programs who have a stable or improving clinical outcome