March – April 2017, HIV AIDS REGISTRY OF THE PHILIPPINES (late post)

07.03.2017

While I am quite sure that the May, 2017 data will have come out in the next couple of days, it’s too late since I realized this after I did the table below =(

So here are the march – april data, sorry was busy the past two months.

EB_HIV_April-AIDSreg2017EB_HIV_March-AIDSreg2017

Here’s a simple table I did 😉

  March 2017 April 2017 2017 Year to Date
New HIV Cases 968 629 3,290
AIDS Cases 108 84 376
AIDS Cases (% to new cases) 11.15% 13.35% 11.42%
Male 926 596 3,131
Male % cases 95.66% 94.75% 96.96%
Less Than 15 y/o 4 2 10
15-24 y/o 315 190 1,020
25-34 y/o 481 323 1,653
Pregnant WLHIV 4 6 21
Reported Deaths 27 17 172
NCR (Top 1 region) 234 (37%) 32% 1,160 (35%)
Region 4A (Top 2 region) 109 (14% ) 17% 524 (16%)
New ART Reported 754 561 2,471

MODE OF TRANSMISSION

Male to Male sex 560 343 1,814
Sex w/ Both Male & Female 184 260 770
Mother-to-Child 4 2 10
Sharing of Infected Ndles 4 18 75

REPORTS ON SPECIAL POPULATION

Adolescents Cases (10-19) 45 / 968 33 / 629  
Less than 10 y/o 0 2  
OFW 59 51  
Accepted payment for sex 33M/2F 16M/1F 96M/9F
Paid for sex 46M/0F 23M/0F 155M/0F
Engaged in Both 14M/0F 8M/0F 49M/0F

Facts:

  • More and more cities not considered under the global fund sites should act to increase HIV awareness and testing in their areas.
  • Most local AIDS councils need to activate – and reactivate.
  • More civil society organization should collaborate, we are not just talking about HIV CSOs and NGOs,  organizations working on poverty, on human rights, women and child care/welfare,  health care, the list goes on and on.

WE ARE ALL AFFECTED. If you’re thinking you’re immune from HIV, the effects go well beyond the virus entering your body.  Effects may reach your closest friends, family members, loved ones.

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About +daddy+drEw+

HIV awareness and treatment Advocate & Activist. Living with HIV since 2007. A friend. A partner. A dad to the HIV Community.
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