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

RankCountryHIV/AIDS - people living with HIV/AIDS
1South Africa7,700,000
2Mozambique2,200,000
3India2,100,000
4Nigeria1,900,000
5Kenya1,600,000
6Tanzania1,600,000
7Uganda1,400,000
8Zimbabwe1,300,000
9Zambia1,200,000
10Malawi1,000,000
11Russia1,000,000
12Brazil900,000
13Ethiopia690,000
14Indonesia640,000
15Cameroon540,000
16Thailand480,000
17Cote d'Ivoire460,000
18Congo, Democratic Republic of the450,000
19Botswana370,000
20Lesotho340,000
21Angola330,000
22Ghana330,000
23Burma240,000
24Ukraine240,000
25Vietnam230,000
26Mexico230,000
27Rwanda220,000
28Swaziland210,000
29Namibia200,000
30South Sudan190,000
31France180,000
32Haiti160,000
33Colombia160,000
34Pakistan160,000
35Spain150,000
36Mali150,000
37Argentina140,000
38Italy130,000
39Chad120,000
40Guinea120,000
41Venezuela120,000
42Togo110,000
43Central African Republic110,000
44Burkina Faso96,000
45Congo, Republic of the89,000
46Germany87,000
47Malaysia87,000
48Burundi82,000
49Peru79,000
50Philippines77,000
51Cambodia73,000
52Benin73,000
53Chile71,000
54Dominican Republic70,000
55Sierra Leone70,000
56Equatorial Guinea62,000
57Iran61,000
58Sudan59,000
59Gabon53,000
60Uzbekistan52,000
61Guatemala47,000
62Papua New Guinea45,000
63Guinea-Bissau44,000
64Ecuador44,000
65Senegal42,000
66Portugal41,000
67Jamaica40,000
68Liberia39,000
69Madagascar39,000
70Niger36,000
71Cuba31,000
72Japan30,000
73Nepal30,000
74Australia28,000
75Belarus27,000
76Gambia, The26,000
77Panama26,000
78Kazakhstan26,000
79El Salvador25,000
80Honduras23,000
81Netherlands23,000
82Egypt22,000
83Bolivia22,000
84Morocco21,000
85Paraguay21,000
86Romania18,000
87Eritrea18,000
88Moldova17,000
89Algeria16,000
90Costa Rica15,000
91Bangladesh14,000
92Greece14,000
93Uruguay14,000
94Mauritius13,000
95Tajikistan13,000
96Laos12,000
97Somalia11,000
98Trinidad and Tobago11,000
99Sweden11,000
100Yemen11,000
101Nicaragua9,400
102Georgia9,400
103Libya9,200
104Israel9,000
105Djibouti8,800
106Kyrgyzstan8,500
107Saudi Arabia8,200
108Guyana8,200
109Azerbaijan8,000
110Singapore7,900
111Austria7,400
112Estonia7,400
113Ireland7,200
114Afghanistan7,200
115Denmark6,200
116Bahamas, The6,000
117Norway5,800
118Mauritania5,600
119Suriname5,600
120Latvia5,300
121Belize4,900
122Czech Republic4,400
123Finland4,000
124Hungary3,700
125New Zealand3,600
126Armenia3,500
127Bulgaria3,500
128Sri Lanka3,500
129Oman3,200
130Serbia3,000
131Barbados3,000
132Lithuania2,800
133Tunisia2,800
134Lebanon2,500
135Cape Verde2,400
136Croatia1,600
137Albania1,400
138Bhutan1,300
139Slovakia1,200
140Luxembourg1,200
141Saint Vincent and the Grenadines1,200
142Sao Tome and Principe1,100
143Kuwait1,000
144Mongolia1,000
145Slovenia1,000
146Syria1,000
147Saint Lucia1,000
148Antigua and Barbuda1,000
149Fiji1,000
150Dominica500
151Iceland500
152Grenada500
153Bahrain500
154Bosnia and Herzegovina500
155Qatar500
156Malta500
157Montenegro500
158Macedonia500
159Jordan500
160Saint Kitts and Nevis200
161Comoros200

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, 2019

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

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