Aktuelle Zahlen / Statistiken

Das Gemeinsame Programm der Vereinten Nationen zu HIV/Aids (UNAIDS) ver­öffent­licht regel­mäßig aktuelle Berichte und Statistiken zur globalen Verbreitung des Erregers und der Krank­heit.

  • Understanding Fast-Track

    UNAIDS, Geneva, 2015 - Achieving the Fast-Track milestones by 2020 will put the world on a trajectory to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030. weitermore

  • Fast-Track - Ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030

    UNAIDS, Geneva, 2014 - The world is embarking on a Fast-Track strategy to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030. weitermore

  • UNAIDS report shows that 19 million of the 35 million people living with HIV today do not know that they have the virus

    Geneva, 16 July 2014 — In sub-Saharan Africa, nearly 90% of people who know their HIV-positive status are on treatment—ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030 will require smart scale-up to close the gap. weitermore

  • Ahead of World AIDS Day 2013 UNAIDS reports sustained progress in the AIDS response

    GENEVA, 20 November 2013—Accelerated progress has been reported in most parts of the world. However, there are worrying signs that some regions and countries are not on track to meet global targets and commitments on HIV. weitermore

  • UNAIDS report on the global AIDS epidemic 2013

    This report draws on an unprecedented body of data and analysis. It is primarily based on three sources: epidemiological estimates, Global AIDS Response Progress Reporting (GARPR) 2013 and the national mid-term reviews conducted in 2013 of progress ... weitermore

  • 2013 Global Fact Sheet: The Global Aids Epidemic – KEY FACTS

    People living with HIV - In 2012, there were 35.3 million [32.2 million–38.8 million] people living with HIV. - Since the start of the epidemic around 75 million [63 million–89 million] have become infected with HIV. weitermore

  • UNAIDS World AIDS Day Report | 2012

    There were more than 700 000 fewer new HIV infections globally in 2011 than in 2001. Africa has cut AIDS-related deaths by one third in the past six years. And as services have been scaled up, uptake has followed. In fact, what had taken a decade ... weitermore

  • UNAIDS Report: Together we will end AIDS

    Entitled Together we will end AIDS, the new UNAIDS report contains the latest data on numbers of new HIV infections, numbers of people receiving antiretroviral treatment, AIDS-related deaths and HIV among children. It highlights new scientific ... weitermore