Browse Indicators

Indicator title
Receipt of Food Security Services
Number of HIV-positive pregnant women who received antiretrovirals to reduce risk of mother-to-child-transmission
Key populations at risk: Number and percentage of key populations at risk reached with HIV prevention programs (HIV-P5)
Percentage of newly registered TB patients who are HIV positive
Primary abstinence
Percentage of HIV-infected pregnant women assessed for eligibility for antiretroviral therapy (CD4 count or clinical staging)
Workplace HIV/AIDS control
Number of MARP reached with individual and/or small group level HIV preventive interventions that are based on evidence and/or meet the minimum standards required
Number and percentage of adults and children enrolled in HIV care who had TB status assessed and recorded during their last visit among all adults and children enrolled in HIV care in the reporting period
Number and percent of patients in HIV treatment programs who have a stable or improving clinical outcome
Percentage of female sex workers reporting the use of a condom with every client in the last month
Provision of Therapeutic or Supplementary Food to Undernourished PLHIV
Number of pregnant women with known HIV status (includes women who were tested for HIV and received their results
Number of individuals from the targeted audience reached through community outreach with at least one HIV information, education, communication or behavior change communication
Number and percentage of municipalities with at least one human rights network functioning
Number of HIV-positive clients given TB preventive therapy
Percentage of pregnant women attending antenatal care (ANC) whose male partner was tested for HIV in the last 12 months
Percentage of women and men aged 15-49 expressing accepting attitudes towards people living with HIV [disaggregated by sex (female, male), age (15-19, 20-24, 25-49), and education level (none, primary, secondary or higher)]
Number of persons provided with post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP)
Percentage of orphaned and vulnerable children aged 5–17 years who report improvement in their emotional well-being
Number and percentage of adults and children who keep scheduled appointments
Consistent condom use: Young people’s condom use with non-regular partners
Number and percentage of antenatal care attendees tested for syphilis at first antenatal care visit
Retail outlets and services with condoms in stock
Support for Children Affected by HIV and AIDS