|Officially registered HIV cases||Estimated HIV cases||Officially registered HIV/TB cases||Officially registered AIDS cases||Officially registered hepatitis C cases for PLHIV|
|29,980 (2017)||26,000||768 (2017)||737 (2017)||7,657(2017)|
The leading way of HIV transmission in Kazakhstan – unsafe sexual contacts. The second one is injecting drug use since Kazakhstan is located at a key point on the regional heroin trafficking route. HIV testing services and antiretroviral therapy are available for citizens and covered by the state budget. For the prevention activities among key populations, Kazakhstan receives funding from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
OUR PARTNERS IN KAZAKHSTAN:
Public Foundation «AIDS Foundation East-West in Kazakhstan» (AFEW KZ)
‘Old Square’ Business Centre
98 Panfilov St., Office 409