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Georgia
Updated March 2007
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HIV/AIDS in Georgia
Population, 20134,500,000
People living with HIV/AIDS, 20126,600
Women (aged 15+) with HIV/AIDS, 20121,400
Children with HIV/AIDS, 2012nd
Adult HIV prevalence (%), 20120.3
AIDS deaths, 2012<200
nd = No data
Source: Population Reference Bureau & UNAIDS
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HIV/AIDS-Specific Country Profiles
UNAIDS Country Profile
A brief summary of national socioeconomic conditions in the context of the HIV epidemic, and information (where available) on UNAIDS' country-level activities.
UNGASS 2008 Country Progress Report
Reports progress made in implementing the UN Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS. The report includes summary indicator data through the end of 2006. [PDF, 571K]
UNAIDS/WHO Epidemiological Fact Sheet
Statistics on the prevalence and incidence of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections, and discussion of knowledge and behaviors related to HIV transmission. 2008. [PDF, 583K]
Global Fund Country Programs
Discussion of the national epidemic and description of HIV/AIDS projects supported by the Global Fund, including funding details, planned activities, and expected results.
WHO HIV/AIDS Treatment Scale-Up Summary Country Profile
A summary of current antiretroviral therapy coverage and resource requirements for scaling up treatment in countries receiving support under the WHO's "3 by 5" treatment initiative. 2005. [PDF, 291K]
Health and Development Profiles
CIA World Factbook
Extensive data over a range of fields, including geography, population, government, the economy, the military, and communications.
Population Reference Bureau Country Profile
Key demographic, health, and development indicators, selected reports and articles, and links.
UNICEF Country Tables
Statistics in the areas of population, mortality, general and reproductive health, and education.
WHO Country Profile
Links to tables containing general health indicators, country profiles on specific diseases, and selected health-related documents. Also in Spanish and French.
Policy Reports and Papers
Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behavior Related to HIV/AIDS among Transport Sector Workers : a Case Study of Georgia
World Bank Global HIV/AIDS Program. June 24, 2008.
Vulnerability Assessment of People Living with HIV in Georgia
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), 2007. [PDF, 299K]
Assessing Change in the Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Youth in Two Districts of Imereti, Georgia, Regarding Healthy Lifestyles and Reproductive Health
Healthy Women in Georgia Program, Save the Children, USAID, August 2006. [PDF, 1.2MB]
National Organizations
Nongovernmental
AIDS Foundation East-West
Aims to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS in the Newly Independent States of the former Soviet Union. Site provides up-to-date HIV/AIDS information in Russian and English for an audience of health professionals, policy makers, officials, and non-governmental organizations.
International Organizations
AIDS International Training and Research Program (AITRP)
Trains scientists to address the global HIV/AIDS and related tuberculosis epidemic through research. A program of the Fogarty International Center and National Institutes of Health.
HIV/AIDS Web Sites
Living with HIV in Eastern Europe and the CIS
Offers country reports and information for people living with HIV in the Eastern European region, specifically the countries of Turkey, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and Georgia.