Size of Key Populations in Malaysia – 2018 Estimates. HIV/STI/Hepatitis C Section of Ministry of Health Malaysia. (2019)

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Malaysia has a matured and concentrated HIV epidemic with prevalence rates remain above 5% among key populations (KP) including person who inject drugs (PWID), female sex worker (FSW), transgender people (TG) and men having sex with men (MSM). Since the first case of HIV infection in the country was reported in 1986, a combination of efforts mainly focused on KP were implemented to reduce HIV infections nationwide.

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