2006 Report on the Global AIDS Epidemic by armedman1

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									2006 Report on the Global AIDS Epidemic
UNAIDS

KENYA
I. DEMOGRAPHIC, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC INDICATORS
Estimated Population ...................................................................................................................................................... 34 256 000
Population Growth Rate ............................................................................................................................................................ 2.2%
Life expectancy at birth
Women .......................................................................................... 50 Men ......................................................................... 51
Human Development Index ......................................................................................................................................................... 154
Human Poverty Index
Rank ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 63
Value ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 35.4
Percentage of people with less than US$ 2 a day .................................................................................................................. 58.3%
Per Capita Gross National Income, ppp, Intl dollar rate ........................................................................................................... 1050
Per Capita Government Expenditure on Health at Intl dollar rate ............................................................................................... 25

II. HIV AND AIDS ESTIMATES
Number of people living with HIV ............................................................................................ 1 300 000 [1 100 000 – 1 500 000]
Adults aged 15 to 49 HIV prevalence rate .............................................................................................................. 6.1 [5.2 – 7.0%]
Adults aged 15 and over living with HIV ..................................................................................... 1 200 000 [990 000 – 1 300 000]
Women aged 15 and over living with HIV ......................................................................................... 740 000 [640 000 – 840 000]
Deaths due to AIDS ............................................................................................................................ 140 000 [110 000 – 170 000]
GENERALIZED EPIDEMICS
Children aged 0 to 14 living with HIV .................................................................................................. 150 000 [55 000 – 290 000]
Orphans aged 0 to 17 due to AIDS ............................................................................................ 1 100 000 [890 000 – 1 300 000]

III. COUNTRY PROGRESS INDICATORS
GENERALIZED EPIDEMICS
Expenditures
■ National funds spent by governments from domestic sources ......................................................................... US$ 33 245 6701
National Programmes
■ Percentage of pregnant women receiving treatment to reduce mother-to-child transmission ........................................... 9.3%
■ Percentage of HIV-infected women and men receiving antiretroviral therapy ................................................................... 19.7%
■ School attendance among orphans ........................................ 88.0% non-orphans ...................................................... 92.0%
Knowledge and Behaviour
■ Percentage of young women and men, aged 15 to 24, who correctly identify ways to prevent HIV
Women ................................................................................. 34.0% Men ................................................................... 47.0%
■ Percentage of young women and men, aged 15 to 24, who had sex with a casual partner in the past 12 months
Women ................................................................................. 30.0% Men ................................................................... 84.0%
■ Percentage of young women and men, aged 15 to 24, who had sex before age 15
Women ............................................................................... 14.5%2 Men ................................................................. 30.9%3
■ Percentage of young women and men, aged 15 to 24, who used a condom last time they had sex with a casual partner
Women ................................................................................. 25.0% Men ................................................................... 47.0%
CONCENTRATED/LOW PREVALENCE EPIDEMICS
Expenditures
■ National funds spent by governments from domestic sources .................................................................................................. –
Policy Development and Implementation Status
■ Policy on information, education, communication and prevention for most-at-risk populations ............................................ No
■ Policy to expand access to essential preventive commodities among most-at-risk populations ............................................ No
National Programmes
■ Percentage of HIV-infected women and men receiving antiretroviral therapy .......................................................................... –
■ Percentage of most-at-risk populations reached by prevention programmes
Injecting drug users ..................................................................... – Sex workers ..................................................... 17.0%4
Men who have sex with men ............................................... 2.0%5

								
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