Western regions being remote and less populated show notable HIV prevalence

 By: Arun Karki / Sunil Dhungana      Published on: 11 Feb 2015

 

 

Less populated districts like Achham and Humla seemingly have higher prevalence of HIV Aids.The other 12 different districts shown in the data mapping below do not have a single new case of HIV/Aids over the past four years.

Aggregated new cases of HIV/Aids of selective districts, Nepal (2009-2012)

Source: Department of Health Services (DoHS) , Nepal

 

 

 

 

Data projection of population, number of poor and literate people (right) with aggregated new cases of HIV/Aids (left)

of selective districts, Nepal (2009-2012)

Source: Department of Health Services (DoHS) , Nepal

 

 

 

 

Data line chart (left) shows correlation of total number of estimated deaths due to HIV/Aids with new cases (2010-2014)

Total estimated number (right) of adults and children living with HIV/Aids ( 2010-2014)

Source: National Center for Aids & STD Control (NCAS) , Nepal

 

 

 

 

Where do we stand among selective countries ?

Source: UN Aids