HIV transmission rate from mother to child in select African countries 2005-2013

This statistic depicts the estimated transmission rate of HIV from mother-to-child among those living in most affected African countries from 2005 to 2013. In 2007, this transmission rate was estimated to be 31 percent. The coverage and quality of HIV treatments have improved. Many types of effective interventions are currently available and have helped to lower the incidence rate of HIV among adults and children.

Mother-to-child HIV transmission in most affected African countries from 2005 to 2013*

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Sources

Release date

July 2014

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2005 to 2013

Supplementary notes

* Including the 21 Global plan priority countries in the WHO African Region. All values are mean estimates.

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