A global view of HIV infection

Global number of new HIV infections

Treatment Cascade

Modelling software used for estimates

Approaches and tools for 2016 country-specific HIV and AIDS estimates

PLHIV 2017
New HIV Infections
Treatment Cascade
Modelling Software
AIDS Supplement 2017

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Work together to develop the methods used to generate global HIV and AIDS statistics

 

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An international group of epidemiologists, demographers, statisticians and public health experts that work together with UNAIDS and a Secretariat at Imperial College London and the University of Cape Town

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    CSAVR technical review and model development

    The UNAIDS Reference Group held its virtual technical meeting on CSAVR technical review and model development on 5th June 2020. The meeting featured presentations and group discussion to generate consensus recommendations. The programme was divided into the following sessions:  CSAVR in the 2020...
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    Consolidating data and estimation tools for next-generation models - April 2020

    The global HIV epidemic and the data through which to understand it are continually evolving. Recent developments in HIV estimation tools have been marked by increasing granularity and diversity of data about the epidemic, and the multitude of indicators required to guide the HIV response. This has...
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    Modelling Paediatric HIV and the need for ART - October 2019

    WHO, UNAIDS  and the UNAIDS Reference Group on Estimates, Modelling and Projections held a consultation to review and discuss estimates of child infections and need for ART, which took place in Montreux, Switzerland on 11th October 2019. The overall meeting aim was to: Improve the ability for...
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    Technical Updates and Naomi Model Development - October 2019

    The UNAIDS Reference Group held its thematic meeting on Technical Updates and Naomi model development in Montreux, Switzerland from 8-10th October 2019. The meeting featured presentations and group discussion to generate consensus recommendations. The programme was divided into the following...
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    Methods and assumption for subnational demographic inputs to Spectrum in sub-Saharan Africa

    The UNAIDS Reference Group held its thematic meeting on Methods and assumptions for subnational demographic inputs to Spectrum in sub-Saharan Africa at the UN Population Division, NYC, USA, 7th May 2019. The meeting featured presentations and group discussion to generate consensus recommendations....