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Indicator title
HIV Treatment: Survival After 12 Months on Antiretroviral Therapy
Number of service outlets providing counseling and testing according to national or international standards
Employers ensuring no discrimination against people with HIV
Percentage of infants born to HIV-infected women who received an HIV test within 12 months [disaggregated by type/timing of testing (virological testing within 2 months, virological testing between 2 and 12 months or antibody testing between 9 and 12 mont
Medical personnel trained in the care of HIV-related conditions
Sexually transmitted infections: comprehensive case management
Drug injectors using condoms at last sex, by partner type
Support for Children Affected by HIV and AIDS
Antenatal clinics offering or referring for VCT
Percentage of health facilities with the capacity to deliver appropriate care to people living with HIV and AIDS
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)]
Knowledge of HIV prevention methods
Number of male circumcisions performed
Percentage of never married young women and men aged 15-24 who have never had sex [disaggregated by sex (female, male) and age (15-19, 20-24)]
Quality post HIV test counselling
Retail outlets and services with condoms in stock
Amount of bilateral and multilateral financial flows (commitments and disbursements) for the benefit of low- and middle-income countries
Most-at-risk Populations: Reduction in HIV Prevalence
Households receiving help in caring for chronically ill young adults
Condoms that meet quality control measures
Percentage of pregnant women who were tested for HIV and who know their results [disaggregated by service type (Antenatal Care, Labour & Delivery, Postpartum)]
Health care settings with guidelines and practices for prevention of accidental HIV transmission
Workplace HIV/AIDS control
Injecting drug users never sharing equipment in the last month
Most-at-risk Populations: Prevention Programmes

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