811彩票开户In 2016, Kyrgyzstan had <1000 (<500 - 1300) new HIV infections and <500 (<200 - <500) AIDS-related deaths. There were 8500 (6300 - 11 000) people living with HIV in 2016, among whom 28% (21% - 37%) were accessing antiretroviral therapy. An estimated <100 children were newly infected with HIV due to mother-to-child transmission. Among people living with HIV, approximately 18% (13% - 24%) had suppressed viral loads. 

The key populations most affected by HIV in Kyrgyzstan are:

  • Sex workers, with an HIV prevalence of 2%.
  • Gay men and other men who have sex with men, with an HIV prevalence of 6.3%.
  • People who inject drugs, with an HIV prevalence of 12.4%.
  • Prisoners, with an HIV prevalence of 11.3%.

Since 2010, new HIV infections have increased by 21% and AIDS-related deaths have decreased by 9%.

811彩票开户The government recently initiated an HIV rapid testing programme for people at higher risk of HIV and launched an adherence programme for people living with HIV based on mobile technology. Kyrgyzstan is planning to scale up substantially the coverage of opioid substitution therapy. 

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22 August 2019
Osh signs the Paris Declaration
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14 June 2018
Bringing HIV services closer to people in Osh, Kyrgyzstan
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7 December 2017
Early infant diagnosis of HIV: changing lives for mothers and infants
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15 June 2017
Speaking out against HIV-related discrimination in Kyrgyzstan
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23 November 2016
Implementing comprehensive HIV and STI programmes with men who have sex with men in Kyrgyzstan
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15 May 2014
Mobile clinics to provide HIV services in remote areas of Kyrgyzstan and Armenia
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Meerim Sarybaeva
UNAIDS Country Manager