Report on Estimating Numbers of People Most Affected by HIV/AIDS in Different Locations to Support Efficient Service Delivery, Capacity Building and Community Mobilization. Azim T, Urmi AZ, Pervez M and Khandaker I (2011)

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In Bangladesh the first case of HIV was detected in 1989, and since then a total of 1207 cumulative cases of HIV have been confirmed and reported by the end of December 2007. During the last two decades the number of newly identified cases and those with AIDS  have been rising steadily. It is estimated that there are 7,500 people living with HIV (PLHIV) in the country. However, the number of people affected by HIV and AIDS includes not only those infected but also their immediate family members, and others in their social network, and these numbers are not known.

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