Publications - Released in 2015
Bangladesh remains a low HIV prevalence country with less than 0.1% overall prevalence in general population over the years1. The HIV prevalence remains less than 1% both among key and bridge populations. Till date, the country has registered a total of 3674 cases of HIV infection. However, the estimated number of people living with HIV is around 9500. Although the prevalence remains low, Bangladesh is one of the only four countries in Asia and the Pacific where prevalence has increased more than 25% over a decade till 2012.
- National AIDS/STD Programme (NASP) - Bangladesh