Country Comparison > HIV/AIDS - deaths

RankCountryHIV/AIDS - deaths
1Nigeria239,700
2South Africa235,100
3India135,500
4Tanzania80,000
5Mozambique76,800
6Uganda63,300
7Kenya57,500
8Ethiopia47,200
9Malawi45,600
10Zimbabwe39,500
11Cameroon34,600
12Congo, Democratic Republic of the31,700
13Cote d'Ivoire31,200
14Zambia30,300
15Indonesia26,800
16China26,000
17Thailand20,800
18Ukraine18,100
19United States17,000
20Lesotho15,500
21Chad14,400
22South Sudan12,900
23Angola12,600
24Sudan12,000
25Vietnam11,700
26Burma11,600
27Ghana11,600
28Central African Republic11,000
29Haiti7,500
30Togo7,200
31Colombia6,500
32Madagascar6,200
33Botswana5,700
34Rwanda5,600
35Swaziland5,500
36Burkina Faso5,500
37Malaysia5,200
38Congo, Republic of the5,200
39Guinea5,100
40Namibia5,000
41Mali4,900
42Burundi4,800
43Iran4,600
44Nepal4,100
45Peru4,100
46Venezuela3,800
47Argentina3,700
48Pakistan3,500
49Niger3,400
50Guatemala3,400
51Sierra Leone3,300
52Benin3,100
53Cambodia2,700
54Ecuador2,700
55Somalia2,500
56Uzbekistan2,400
57Guinea-Bissau2,300
58Gabon2,300
59Dominican Republic1,900
60Senegal1,900
61Liberia1,700
62France1,700
63Honduras1,700
64Spain1,600
65Equatorial Guinea1,400
66Bolivia1,300
67Jamaica1,300
68Moldova1,300
69Morocco1,200
70Belarus1,200
71Eritrea1,200
72El Salvador1,000
73Germany1,000
74Algeria1,000
75Canada1,000
76Italy1,000
77Latvia1,000
78Romania1,000
79Papua New Guinea1,000
80United Kingdom1,000
81Yemen800
82Mauritania800
83Djibouti800
84Mauritius700
85Panama600
86Azerbaijan600
87Estonia500
88Gambia, The500
89Greece500
90Portugal500
91Tajikistan500
92Lebanon500
93Jordan500
94Korea, South500
95Kazakhstan500
96Trinidad and Tobago500
97Laos400
98Bangladesh400
99Bermuda392
100Afghanistan300
101Bahamas, The300
102Costa Rica300
103Egypt300
104Kyrgyzstan300
105Paraguay300
106Philippines300
107Poland200
108Syria200
109Turkey200
110Georgia200
111Hong Kong200
112Hungary200
113Bulgaria200
114Brunei200
115Sri Lanka200
116Bahrain200
117Armenia200
118Australia100
119Austria100
120Belgium100
121Belize100
122Bosnia and Herzegovina100
123Bhutan100
124Comoros100
125Iceland100
126Croatia100
127Israel100
128Guyana100
129Ireland100
130Cuba100
131Denmark100
132Czech Republic100
133Finland100
134Fiji100
135Turkmenistan100
136Sao Tome and Principe100
137Tunisia100
138Switzerland100
139Singapore100
140Sweden100
141Netherlands100
142Norway100
143Slovenia100
144Qatar100
145Serbia100
146Japan100
147Lithuania100
148Slovakia100
149Luxembourg100
150Suriname100
151Nicaragua100
152New Zealand100
153Malta100
154Oman100
155Maldives100
156Mongolia100
157Macedonia100
158Svalbard0

Definition: This entry gives an estimate of the number of adults and children who died of AIDS during a given calendar year.

Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2014

See also: HIV/AIDS - deaths map

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