Overview

In 2016, Togo had 4100 (2400 - 6100) new HIV infections and 5100 (3100 - 7700) AIDS-related deaths. There were 100 000 (73 000 - 130 000) people living with HIV in 2016, among whom 51% (37% - 67%) were accessing antiretroviral therapy. Among pregnant women living with HIV, 86% (59% - >95%) were accessing treatment or prophylaxis to prevent transmission of HIV to their children. An estimated <1000 (<500 - 1400) children were newly infected with HIV due to mother-to-child transmission. Among people living with HIV, approximately 42% (30% - 55%) had suppressed viral loads.   

The key populations most affected by HIV in Togo are:

  • Sex workers, with an HIV prevalence of 11.7%.
  • Gay men and other men who have sex with men, with an HIV prevalence of 13%.
  • People who inject drugs, with an HIV prevalence of 0%.

Since 2010, new HIV infections have decreased by 33% and AIDS-related deaths have decreased by 26%. 


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Data
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25 March 2017
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19 October 2016
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6 June 2012
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Contact

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Name: 
Christian MOUALA
Role: 
UNAIDS Country Director
Phone: 
+22822226250