Map
Prevention & Family Planning
Keeping Mothers Alive
Eliminating New HIV Infections Among Children
Pediatric Overview
Pediatrics HIV Care, Treatment & Support
  • Key Data Points for: Uganda

    • 8%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 35%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 92%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 91%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 37%
      Date shows change since 2009
  • Prevention and Family Planning

    • Percent of married women with unmet need for family planning
      35%
    • Number of new infections among women ages 15-49
      49,000

    Key Data Points for: Uganda

    • 8%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 35%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 92%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 91%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 37%
      Date shows change since 2009
  • Keeping Mothers Alive

    Maternal
    Mortality Rate

    343

    Aids Related
    Deaths

    -*

    Pregnant Women
    Attending at Least
    One ANC Visit

    95%

    Pregnant Women
    Attending at Least
    Four ANC Visit

    48%

    Birth Attended by
    Skilled Health
    Personnel

    57.4%

    Key Data Points for: Uganda

    • 8%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 35%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 92%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 91%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 37%
      Date shows change since 2009
  • Eliminating New HIV Infections Among Children

    • Pregnant Women with HIV Delivering
      120,000

    • Pregnant Women Receiving HIV Testing
      >95%

    • Pregnant Women receiving ARVs
      92%

    • Pregnant Women Receiving ART
      91%

    Key Data Points for: Uganda

    • 8%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 35%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 92%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 91%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 37%
      Date shows change since 2009
  • Paediatrics

    Immunization Rates

    • Under 5 mortality rate per 100,000:
      55

    • Under 5 deaths due to HIV:
      8,900

    • Infant mortality rate per 100,000:
      38

    • Infants <6m exclusively breastfeeding:
      63%

    BCG (BIRTH)

    90Baseline 932012 932013 932014 -2015

    DPT3

    79Baseline 782012 782013 782014 -2015

    Measles (9M)

    77Baseline 822012 822013 822014 -2015

    Key Data Points for: Uganda

    • 8%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 35%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 92%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 91%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 37%
      Date shows change since 2009
  • Paediatric HIV Care, Treatment, & Support

    • 2009 Baseline
    • 2012 Progress
    • 2014 Progress
    • 2015 Target
    Infants born to HIV-positive women receiving EID by 2m of age
    • 6%
    • 29%
    • 51%
    Infants born to HIV-positive women receiving CTX by 6 weeks of age
    • 7%
    • 35%
    MTCT Rate
    • 35%
    • 11%
    • 8%
    • 5%
    Number of new paediatric infections
    • 30,000
    • 11,000
    • 9,500
    ART Coverage among children 0-14 years
    • 11%
    • 23%
    • 37%
    • 100%

    Key Data Points for: Uganda

    • 8%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 35%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 92%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 91%
      Date shows change since 2009
    • 37%
      Date shows change since 2009

Uganda

Country Situation

Adult HIV prevalence (ages 15-49) in Uganda was estimated to be 7.3% in 2014.  There were 120,000 pregnant women living with HIV delivering and 150,000 children were estimated to be living with HIV. Between 2009 and 2014, Uganda experienced one of the greatest declines (69%) in the number of new paediatric HIV infections – from 30,000 to 9,500.  In 2014, 92% of pregnant women living with HIV in Uganda received ARVs for PMTCT and 37% of children living with HIV were on treatment.

Uganda has developed a costed PMTCT scale up plan (2010-2015) and was the 2nd country among the Global Plan countries to adopt WHO Option B+.

Link to the Uganda Ministry of Health.

Country Milestones

  • In Progress

    Countries have conducted an expenditure analysis, harmonized expenditure categories as needed, identified financing gaps in their action plans and have develped and begun to implement a strategy increasing financial assistance from domestic and international sources to support the national EMTCT plan.

    National EMTCT plans are costed.

    National guidelines on PMTCT and infant feeding in line with WHO 2010 recommended guidelines on ARVs for PMTCT.

    National annual EMTCT progress report includes community (civil society) analysis of progress and feedback from civil society is reflected in revisions to national EMTCT operational plans. Community engagement milestone has been revised and will be reported in June 2013.

    Baselines for essential commodity needs for EMTCT have been established.

    Relevant support and management capacity has been increased (IATT focal points in place).

    Policy review has been conducted to dentralize and task shift essential HIV activities to the primary care and community levels.

    Country has reported on estimated number of new HIV infections among children averted and number of mothers kept alive.

    Estimated number of new pediatric infections reduced by 50% from 2009 levels in at least 10 priority countries.

    Relevant targets met in at least 50% of districts in the country.

    Every district reports regular supplies of drugs and commodities without stock outs.

    Completed
    Behind

References

* AIDS related deaths reflects the AIDS related deaths among reproductive women 15-49 years of age, not AIDS related maternal deaths and therefore cannot be compared to previous years.
WHO. Global Health Observatory data repository. 2015. Website:http://apps.who.int/gho/data/node.main
UNAIDS, WHO, UNICEF 2015 Global AIDS Response Progress Reporting
UNAIDS 2014 HIV and AIDS estimates, July 2015
UNICEF and WHO Immunization Coverage Estimates 2015 Global Summary
Trends in Maternal Mortality: 1990 to 2015 Estimates by WHO, UNICEF, UNFPA, The United Nations Population Division 2015.