Ranking of the 25 countries with the highest prevalence of HIV in 2001 and 2012*

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  2001 2012
Swaziland - -
Lesotho - -
Botswana - -
South Africa - -
Zimbabwe - -
Namibia - -
Zambia - -
Mozambique - -
Malawi - -
Uganda - -
Equatorial Guinea - -
Kenya - -
Tanzania - -
Central African Republic** - -
Cameroon - -
Gabon - -
Guinea-Bissau - -
Bahamas - -
Ivory Coast - -
Nigeria - -
Togo - -
Rwanda - -
Chad - -
South Sudan - -
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This statistic shows the 25 countries with the highest global prevalence of HIV in 2001 and 2012. In 2001, some 3.5 percent of Nigeria's population aged 15-49 years was estimated to be infected with HIV.

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http://www.statista.com/statistics/270209/countries-with-the-highest-global-hiv-prevalence/