Welcome to the global HIV90-90-90watch website. The data on this site represents the latest comprehensive official national cascades published and available in the public domain. Please be aware that there are many countries that either do not have the data and/or have not published their 90-90-90 progress in the public domain. Our site relies on our members and has been built through frequent internet searches and direct contributions from viewers like you. Please submit updated national cascades using the button below.

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Last updated : May, 2017



This map follows WHO recommended standards--the boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by IAPAC

Message from CEO & President

“We must break through our current state of measured timidity, and act with measured assertiveness to strategically deploy our resources and win the battle against HIV/AIDS. Based on the science, and a clear human rights imperative, the global AIDS response requires re-focusing so that HIV testing is prioritized along with the immediate offer of ART, coupled with meaningful engagement in care for all people living with HIV/AIDS. This is the only means – absent a cure or vaccine – by which we can action the end of AIDS by 2030.”
José M. Zuniga
IAPAC President/CEO

Countdown to 2020

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    Hover over a country to see the progress towards 90-90-90 and click on it for the latest HIV care continuum.

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From 2010 to the present, using the Internet we identified 109 national care continua that represented 94% of the 2015 global estimate of people living with HIV. We update the search on a quarterly basis and also incorporate newly published continuum as they become available in the public domain (please send and/or see the website submission tab if you have a new public domain continuum to bring to our attention).

We reviewed the methodology for collecting data on or estimating the following four key steps in the treatment cascade: 1. Estimated number of people living with HIV, 2. Estimated number of people living with HIV diagnosed as HIV-positive, 3. Estimated number of people living with HIV receiving ART, and 4. Estimated number of people living with HIV with suppressed or undetectable viral load.