Legal Reference Brief Bangladesh: Protective Laws Related to HIV, Men who have Sex with Men and Transgender People. SAARCLAW, IDLO and UNDP. (2013)


The first case of HIV in Bangladesh was detected in 1989.2 Since then, the number of HIV cases has grown to an estimated 7,500 in 2011. This represents less than 0.1 percent of the total population. In 2011, the National AIDS / STD Program (NASP) reported 445 new cases of HIV, 251 new AIDS cases and 84 AIDS related deaths. Thus the cumulative number of reported HIV cases to date in Bangladesh stands at 2,533, AIDS cases at 1,101 and deaths at 325.

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