Country Comparison > HIV/AIDS - deaths

RankCountryHIV/AIDS - deaths
1South Africa310,000
2Nigeria220,000
3India170,000
4Tanzania86,000
5Zimbabwe83,000
6Kenya80,000
7Mozambique74,000
8Uganda64,000
9Malawi51,000
10Zambia45,000
11Cameroon37,000
12Cote d'Ivoire36,000
13Thailand28,000
14China26,000
15Ukraine24,000
16Burma18,000
17Ghana18,000
18United States17,000
19Burundi15,000
20Colombia14,000
21Lesotho14,000
22Vietnam14,000
23Sudan12,000
24Chad11,000
25Angola11,000
26Central African Republic11,000
27Indonesia8,300
28Togo7,700
29Haiti7,100
30Burkina Faso7,100
31Swaziland7,000
32Namibia6,700
33Iran6,400
34Botswana5,800
35Pakistan5,800
36Malaysia5,800
37Congo, Republic of the5,100
38Peru5,000
39Nepal4,700
40Guinea4,700
41Mali4,400
42Niger4,300
43Rwanda4,100
44Liberia3,600
45Cambodia3,100
46Argentina2,900
47Sierra Leone2,800
48Benin2,700
49Guatemala2,600
50Senegal2,600
51Honduras2,500
52Gabon2,400
53Dominican Republic2,300
54Ecuador2,200
55Eritrea1,700
56France1,700
57Madagascar1,700
58Somalia1,600
59Spain1,600
60Panama1,500
61El Salvador1,400
62Papua New Guinea1,300
63Guinea-Bissau1,200
64Morocco1,200
65Jamaica1,200
66Latvia1,000
67Italy1,000
68Moldova1,000
69Mauritania1,000
70Romania1,000
71Gambia, The1,000
72Equatorial Guinea1,000
73Germany1,000
74Djibouti1,000
75Belarus1,000
76Algeria1,000
77Bolivia1,000
78Canada1,000
79Trinidad and Tobago1,000
80United Kingdom1,000
81Uzbekistan500
82Belize500
83Costa Rica500
84Bahamas, The500
85Guyana500
86Greece500
87Estonia500
88Egypt500
89Portugal500
90Nicaragua500
91Paraguay500
92Tajikistan500
93Mauritius500
94Lebanon500
95Kyrgyzstan500
96Korea, South500
97Kazakhstan500
98Jordan500
99Bermuda392
100Cape Verde225
101Hong Kong200
102Hungary200
103Bangladesh200
104Azerbaijan200
105Bahrain200
106Sri Lanka200
107Bulgaria200
108Brunei200
109Laos200
110Syria200
111Poland200
112Suriname200
113Philippines200
114Turkey200
115Turkmenistan100
116Qatar100
117Serbia100
118New Zealand100
119Switzerland100
120Sweden100
121Tunisia100
122Slovenia100
123Singapore100
124Japan100
125Lithuania100
126Slovakia100
127Luxembourg100
128Netherlands100
129Norway100
130Malta100
131Oman100
132Maldives100
133Mongolia100
134Macedonia100
135Bosnia and Herzegovina100
136Comoros100
137Barbados100
138Armenia100
139Australia100
140Austria100
141Belgium100
142Bhutan100
143Iceland100
144Israel100
145Croatia100
146Georgia100
147Denmark100
148Cuba100
149Ireland100
150Czech Republic100
151Finland100
152Fiji100
153Svalbard0

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, 2012

See also: HIV/AIDS - deaths map

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