|People living with HIV/AIDS, 2009||240,000|
|Women (aged 15+) with HIV/AIDS, 2009||81,000|
|Children with HIV/AIDS, 2009||nd|
|Adult HIV prevalence (%), 2009||0.6|
|AIDS deaths, 2009||18,000|
nd = No data
Population Reference Bureau &
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| HIV/AIDS-Specific Country Profiles|
A brief summary of national socioeconomic conditions
in the context of the HIV epidemic, and information (where available) on UNAIDS'
|UNAIDS 2006 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 2005. [PDF, 69K] (Myanmar didn't
submit a 2008 UNGASS report)
|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.
Discussion of the national epidemic and description
of HIV/AIDS projects supported by the Global Fund, including funding details,
planned activities, and expected results.
|USAID HIV/AIDS Country Profile|
A description of the HIV/AIDS epidemic
in selected countries, the national response, and USAID programs and support.
| Health and Development Profiles|
|CIA World Factbook|
Extensive data over a range of fields, including
geography, population, government, the economy, the military, and
Statistics in the areas of population, mortality, general and
reproductive health, and education.
|WHO Country Profile|
tables containing general health indicators, country profiles on specific
diseases, and selected health-related documents. Also in Spanish and French.
| Policy Reports and Papers|
| Journal Articles|
| Presentations, Interviews, and Roundtable Discussions|
| Program Management Materials|
| National Organizations|
| HIV/AIDS Web Sites|
|HIV Information for Myanmar|
for Myanmar [him] is published in memory of Hla Htut Lwin and contains
resources, links, and commentary on regional issues and news related to HIV.