Browse Indicators

Indicator title
(GEND_GBV) Number of people receiving post-gender-based violence (GBV) clinical care based on the minimum package
Injecting drug users sharing equipment at last injection
Forced sex among young people
Percentage of children under the age of 18 who are orphans
(KP_MAT) Number of people who inject drugs (PWID) on medication-assisted therapy (MAT) for at least 6 months
12-Month Infant HIV-Free Survival (HFS)
Percentage of orphaned and vulnerable children aged 5–17 years who have three basic material needs met
Primary abstinence
Existence of national counseling and testing policy and guidelines
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)
Number of HIV-positive clinically malnourished clients who received therapeutic or supplementary food
Pregnant women counselled and tested for HIV
Percentage of HIV-infected pregnant women assessed for eligibility for antiretroviral therapy (CD4 count or clinical staging)
Knowledge of prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV
(TX_PVLS) Percentage of ART patients with a suppressed viral load (VL) result (<1000 copies/ml) documented in the medical or laboratory records/laboratory information systems (LIS) within the past 12 months
The Basket Indicator – Strengthen HIV integration
Twelve-month retention on antiretroviral therapy
Condom use among young people who had higher-risk sex in the preceding year
HIV Treatment: Antiretroviral Therapy
Households receiving help with orphan care
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
Percent of testing facilities (laboratories) that are accredited according to national or international standards
Condom use at first sex
Succession planning
Existence of a coordinating body for TB/HIV activities effective at all levels