Reports and Statistics

UNAIDS (2012 UNAIDS Report on the Global AIDS Epidemic

 

World Health Organisation Global Tuberculosis Report 2012

 

Open Society Foundations Criminalising Condoms

 

UNAIDS (2012) Together we will end AIDS

 

UNAIDS (2011) Report on the Global AIDS Epidemic

 

WHO (2011) Global tuberculosis control 2011

 

   

SA National Department of Health (2010)2011 National Antenatal Sentinel HIV & Syphilis Prevalence Survey

 

 

SA National Department of Health (2010)2010 National Antenatal Sentinel HIV & Syphilis Prevalence Survey

 

 

Stats SA (2011) Mid-year population estimates

 

   

South African Institute of Race Relations(2010/2011) South Africa Survey: Demographics

 

   

UNAIDS Global Report 2010 Report on the Global AIDS Epidemic

 

   

WHO (2010) Towards Universal Access 2010 Progress Report

Towards universal access provides a comprehensive global update on progress in the health sector response to HIV/AIDS. The current report is the fourth in a series of annual reports published by WHO, UNICEF and UNAIDS in collaboration with international and national partners.

   

HSRC (2009) South African National HIV Prevalence, Incidence, Behaviour and Communication Survey 2008

A comprehensive household survey of HIV/AIDS, following up on the 2005 study using similar indicators. Most of the respondents that were interviewed were also tested for HIV. The study estimates 10.8% of South Africans over the age of two are HIV-positive. The often-quoted study is possibly the fairest reflection of South African HIV-awareness and sexual behaviour among all age groups and races.

   
   
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UNAIDS (2009) AIDS Epidemic Update

An excellent and authoritative global review of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Report focuses on HIV prevalence and AIDS mortality.

   
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UNAIDS (2008) Report on the Global AIDS Epidemic Update: August 2008

An excellent and authoritative global review of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Report focuses on current global interventions to fight HIV/AIDS, and also gives relevant facts and statistics.

   
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SA National Department of Health (2008)2008 National Antenatal Sentinel HIV & Syphilis Prevalence Survey

The South African antenatal clinic survey is conducted annually in October. The information from the survey is then used to estimate the rate of new HIV infections (incidence) and HIV-associated deaths by applying mathematical models to HIV. prevalence estimates.

   
   
   
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UNAIDS (2005) AIDS in Africa: Three scenarios to 2025.

"This project uses stories rather than projections to explore the future of AIDS in Africa over the next 20 years. Statistics may give a succinct and tragic snapshot of recent events, but they say little of the AIDS epidemic’s wider context, or its complex interconnections with other major issues, such as economic development, human security, peace, and violence."

   
   

 

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