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PEPFAR Worldwide Activities Map (Updated November 2007)

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PEPFAR Worldwide Activities Map

PEPFAR Worldwide Activities

The United States’ President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (Emergency Plan/PEPFAR) works to combat HIV/AIDS around the world. Bilateral programs include a special emphasis on 15 focus countries in Africa, the Caribbean, and Asia that together account for approximately one-half of the world’s estimated 33 million HIV infections. In these focus countries over 5 years, the Emergency Plan has set goals of supporting prevention of 7 million new infections, supporting treatment for 2 million HIV-infected people, and supporting care for 10 million individuals, including orphans and vulnerable children and people living with HIV/AIDS.

This map includes HIV/AIDS activities funded through the following USG agencies: Department of State, U.S. Agency for International Development, Department of Defense, Department of Commerce, Department of Labor, Department of Health and Human Services, and Peace Corps. This does not include activities funded through the Department of Agriculture.

 

   
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