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In September 2016, AHF and the Zimbabwe Ministry of Health and Child Care signed a memorandum of understanding to implement programs aimed at supporting the national health strategy through various aspects of HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment care and community services. The initial phase involved the setting up of Centers of Excellence at Parirenyatwa and Mpilo Referral Hospitals. This support has now expanded to facilities such as Sally Mugabe Central Hospital, Gweru Provincial Hospital, Victoria Chitepo Provincial Hospital, Masvingo General Hospital, and Gwanda Provincial Hospital. The organization has also expanded to supporting primary care facilities in the City of Harare (Namely Mabvuku Polyclinic, Glen View Polyclinic, and Parirenyatwa Council Clinic), Mutare City (Sakubva Health Centre, Dangamvura Clinic), Gweru City (Mkoba Polyclinic) and Bulawayo (Mzilikazi Clinic and Cowdray Park Clinic). One other supported site is Chikurubi Maximum Prison OI Clinic
In 2016, an estimated 1.3 million Zimbabweans were living with HIV, out of the 13.8 million total population. An estimated 40,000 new HIV infections occurred in 2016. Gender prevalence amongst adults (15-49) shows women at 16.1% compared to men at 10.7%. Out of the 1.3 million Zimbabweans living with HIV, approximately 980,000 are on treatment.
Sources: UNAIDS 2016 estimates, CIA World Factbook 2016.
In 2021, an estimated 1.3 million Zimbabweans were living with HIV, out of the 15.1 million total population. An estimated 23,000 new HIV infections occurred in 2021. Gender prevalence amongst adults (15-49) shows women at 14.4% compared to men at 8.7%. Out of the 1.3 million Zimbabweans living with HIV, approximately 1,200,000 are on treatment.
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