Country Comparison > HIV/AIDS - people living with HIV/AIDS

RankCountryHIV/AIDS - people living with HIV/AIDS
1India2,085,000
2Kenya1,646,000
3United States1,200,000
4Russia980,000
5China780,000
6Ethiopia758,600
7Indonesia605,500
8Cameroon600,500
9Congo, Democratic Republic of the481,500
10Cote d'Ivoire450,000
11Thailand443,100
12Lesotho358,700
13Botswana337,700
14Sudan260,000
15Vietnam259,200
16Angola248,800
17Ghana235,800
18Ukraine230,500
19Namibia220,100
20Chad213,100
21Swaziland212,900
22Rwanda206,900
23Burma195,700
24Mexico174,300
25South Sudan153,800
26France150,000
27Colombia146,500
28Haiti146,000
29Italy140,000
30Central African Republic130,000
31Spain130,000
32Togo128,100
33Guinea118,100
34Burkina Faso114,500
35Venezuela107,900
36Mali100,300
37Argentina97,900
38Burundi89,500
39Pakistan86,700
40United Kingdom85,000
41Malaysia82,000
42Cambodia76,400
43Peru75,500
44Congo, Republic of the74,500
45Benin71,500
46Iran70,900
47Canada68,000
48Germany67,000
49Madagascar58,800
50Guatemala57,800
51Sierra Leone57,700
52Ecuador52,300
53Nepal48,700
54Niger46,300
55Dominican Republic45,000
56Senegal42,800
57Portugal42,000
58Guinea-Bissau41,300
59Gabon40,700
60Chile38,700
61Equatorial Guinea31,400
62Somalia31,200
63Morocco30,000
64Uzbekistan29,700
65Jamaica28,400
66Poland27,000
67Honduras25,600
68El Salvador24,900
69Papua New Guinea24,900
70Belarus23,200
71Netherlands22,000
72Liberia21,800
73Australia20,000
74Yemen18,800
75Moldova18,700
76Switzerland18,000
77Algeria18,000
78Eritrea17,800
79Panama16,700
80Romania16,000
81Bolivia15,900
82Austria15,000
83Philippines14,800
84Trinidad and Tobago14,300
85Gambia, The14,300
86Belgium14,000
87Uruguay13,200
88Paraguay13,100
89Kazakhstan13,000
90Tajikistan11,900
91Laos11,500
92Mauritius10,500
93Mauritania10,500
94Azerbaijan10,400
95Libya10,000
96Estonia9,900
97Costa Rica9,800
98Nicaragua9,600
99Korea, South9,500
100Greece8,800
101Kyrgyzstan8,700
102Latvia8,600
103Japan8,100
104Sweden8,100
105Bangladesh8,000
106Djibouti7,700
107Israel7,500
108Guyana7,200
109Bahamas, The7,000
110Ireland6,900
111Georgia6,600
112Egypt6,500
113Serbia6,400
114South Africa6,070
115Denmark5,300
116Cuba4,700
117Turkey4,600
118Afghanistan4,300
119Suriname4,000
120Norway4,000
121Bulgaria3,800
122Lebanon3,600
123Armenia3,500
124Nigeria3,426
125Singapore3,400
126Belize3,100
127Sri Lanka3,000
128Hungary3,000
129Hong Kong2,600
130Finland2,600
131New Zealand2,500
132Tunisia2,300
133Czech Republic2,000
134Mozambique1,554
135Uganda1,549
136Barbados1,500
137Tanzania1,472
138Sao Tome and Principe1,400
139Zimbabwe1,368
140Lithuania1,200
141Malawi1,129
142Zambia1,106
143Oman1,100
144Bhutan1,100
145Bosnia and Herzegovina900
146Fiji900
147Cape Verde800
148Jordan600
149Bermuda163
150Bahrain0
151Brunei0
152Comoros0
153Iceland0
154Croatia0
155Iraq0
156Macedonia0
157Malta0
158Mongolia0
159Slovakia0
160Luxembourg0
161Syria0
162Slovenia0
163Qatar0
164Turkmenistan0

Definition: This entry gives an estimate of all people (adults and children) alive at yearend with HIV infection, whether or not they have developed symptoms of AIDS.

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

See also: HIV/AIDS - people living with HIV/AIDS map

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