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Get an overview of the HIV/AIDS situation for Transgender populations. Browse and view charts and graphs illustrating data on this population's basic socio-demographic indicators, HIV prevalence and epidemiology, risk behaviors, vulnerability and HIV knowledge, HIV expenditures, and national response.
 
 
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The purpose of the new HIV response sustainability approach and the Roadmap is to secure the future of the HIV response, though not in isolation from other priorities. The existing HIV response also must be transformed. Many of the pertinent analyses, actions, and transformations to be undertaken require clear, well-crafted steps towards stronger health systems, betterintegrated services for HIV, stronger country ownership and more streamlined donor contributions to strengthen country systems.  
 
 
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As progress lags in achieving most of the health targets of United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 3 (SDG 3), efforts to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030 stand out as a beacon of hope. Since 2010, annual new HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths have declined globally by 38% and 51%, respectively.  
 
 
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This guidance acknowledges that an HIV-related human rights crisis refers to a specific situation that is characterized by a clear and pressing danger or an actual shift, such as an event, or series of events, that leads to unsafety or potential harm. It emphasizes the need for an urgent and immediate emergency response to prevent, or mitigate the harm caused by the crisis.
 
 
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In January 2023, there were 1,454a confirmed HIV-positive individuals reported to the HIV/AIDS & ART Registry of the Philippines (HARP) and were accounted to the total (110,736) reported cases since January 1984. Moreover, 422 (29%) of individuals reported in January had an advanced HIV infections at the time of diagnosis. There were 39 deaths that were newly reported this year.  Of the total reported cases this period, 1,383 (95%) were male while 71 (5%) were female. Moreover, 834 (57%) were cisgender, 49 (3%) were transgender women, 12 (1%) identified as others, three (<1%) as neither man nor woman, one (<1%) as transgender man, and 555 (38%) had unknown gender identity.   
 
 
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In February 2023, there were 1,292 confirmed HIV-positive individuals reported to the HIV/AIDS & ART Registry of the Philippines (HARP) and were accounted to the total (112,028) reported cases since January 1984. Moreover, 337 (26%) of individuals reported in February had an advanced HIV infections at the time of diagnosis. There were 44 deaths that were newly reported this year.  Of the total reported cases this period, 1,236 (96%) were male while 56 (4%) were female. Moreover, 695 (54%) were cisgender, 37 (3%) were transgender women, eight (1%) identified as others, five (<1%) as neither man nor woman, and 547 (42%) had unknown gender identity'.   
 
 
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In March 2023, there were 2,078 confirmed HIV-positive individuals reported to the HIV/AIDS & ART Registry of the Philippines (HARP)2, of which, 498 (24%) had clinical manifestations of advanced HIV infection34 at the time of diagnosis. This was a 35% increase compared to the same reporting period last year. Moreover, there were 770 (37%) cases reported this month that were supposed to be confirmed from the previous months.
 
 
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In May 2023, there were 1,256 confirmed HIV-positive individuals reported to the HIV/AIDS & ART Registry of the Philippines (HARP) and were accounted to the total (116,504) reported cases since January 1984. Moreover, 323 (26%) of individuals reported in May had an advanced HIV infections at the time of diagnosis. There were 132 deaths that were newly reported this year.  Of the total reported cases this period, 1,186 (94%) were male while 70 (6%) were female. Moreover, 707 (56%) were cisgender, 27 (2%) were transgender women, seven (1%) identified as others, two (<1%) as neither man nor woman, and 513 (41%) had unknown gender identity'.   
 
 
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In April 2023, there were 1,240 confirmed HIV-positive individuals reported to the HIV/AIDS & ART Registry of the Philippines (HARP) and were accounted to the total (115,248) reported cases since January 1984. Moreover, 335 (27%) of individuals reported in April had an advanced HIV infections at the time of diagnosis. There were 101 deaths that were newly reported this year.  Of the total reported cases this period, 1,164 (94%) were male while 76 (6%) were female. Moreover, 692 (56%) were cisgender, 21 (2%) were transgender women, 12 (1%) identified as others, one (<1%) as neither man nor woman, and 514 (41%) had unknown gender identity'. 
 
 
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The latest Philippine HIV estimates show that by the end of 2023, there will be 189,000 estimated People Living with HIV (PLHIV) in the country.  Of the estimated PLHIV, 111,031 (59%) cases have been diagnosed or laboratory-confirmed and currently living or not reported to have died, as of June 2023. Further, 70,916 PLHIV are currently on life- saving Anti-retroviral Therapy (ART), of which, 26,006 (37%) PLHIV have been tested for viral load (VL) in the past 12 months. Among those tested for VL, 22,690 (87%) are virally suppressed.