The data refers to National Estimates of HIV Key indicators with uncertainty Bounds and year-wise.
The data refers to State-wise Estimated Number of Annual AIDS-related Deaths with Uncertainty Bounds.
The data refers to State-wise Estimated Need for ART (Adult 15+) With Uncertainty Bounds. To ensure the delivery of treatment to persons living with HIV, the estimates for total number of people needing treatment have been generated. These estimates are calculated considering the national guidelines for initiation of ART in adults. Up to the year 2008, this was based on CD4 count less than 200 cells/mm3 and from 2009-2011 at CD4 count less than 250 cells/mm3. National guidelines for initiation of ART in adults and adolescents were revised from 2012 at CD4 count less than 350 cells/mm3.
The data refers to State-wise Estimated Need for ART (Children under 15 Years) With Uncertainty Bounds.
The data refers to State-wise Estimated Number of Annual New HIV Infection among Adults (15+ Years) With Uncertainty Bounds.
The data refers to State-wise Estimated Number of HIV Infections (People living with HIV (PLHIV)-Adult & Children) With Uncertainty Bounds. Estimating the number of people living with HIV in a State is vital not only to assess the burden of the disease, but also to understand the future need for treatment and to plan testing programmes in specific geographical areas.
The data refers to State-wise Estimated Number of Mothers Needing Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission of HIV (PPTCT) with Uncertainty Bounds. Parent to child transmission of HIV is the primary cause of new infections among children. PPTCT services has a triple benefit of saving the life of the woman, protecting her new born and protecting the family against orphan-hood.
The data refers to State-wise Estimated Adult (15-49 Years) HIV Prevalence (in %) With Uncertainty Bounds. The adult (15-49 years) HIV prevalence is a significant indicator for determining the level and spread of HIV epidemic amongst the total population of the country. It is calculated as the aggregate of the number of adults (15-49 years) living with HIV in all States, divided by the total adult (15-49 years) population within a particular time period, expressed as percentage.