Pregnant women knowing their HIV status in select African countries 2005-2013

This statistic depicts the estimated share of pregnant women in most affected African countries who knew their HIV status in 2005 and 2013, by country. In 2005, about 31 percent of pregnant women in Kenya knew their HIV status.

Percentage of pregnant women who know their HIV status in most affected African countries in 2005 and 2013, by country

20052013
Angola1%33%
Botswana**90%95%
Burundi1%74%
Cameron15%52%
Chad*1%34%
Côte d'Ivoire6%74%
Democratic Republic
of the Congo
3%9%
Ethiopia2%42%
Ghana4%63%
Kenya31%88%
Lesotho10%52%
Malawi11%76%
Mozambique**11%95%
Namibia**46%95%
Nigeria*1%25%
South Africa47%93%
Swaziland39%79%
Tanzania14%70%
Uganda**18%95%
Zambia**14%95%
Zimbabwe**26%95%
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Sources

Release date

July 2014

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2005 amd 2013

Supplementary notes

Including the 21 Global plan priority countries in the WHO African Region.
* Values stating 1 percent refers to less than 1 percent of women.
** Values stating 95 refers to over 95 percent of women.

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