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Adults aged 15+ and children aged 0-14 years living with HIV

(persons)

South Africa is the top country by adults and children living with HIV in the world. As of 2017, adults and children living with HIV in South Africa was 7.2 million persons that accounts for 21.23 % of the world's adults and children living with HIV. The top 5 countries (others are Nigeria, India, Mozambique, and Kenya) account for 47.18 % of it. The world's total adults and children living with HIV was estimated at 33.9 million persons in 2017.

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What is adults and children living with HIV?

Adults and children living with HIV refers to the number of people ages 0-49 (adult ages 15-49 and children ages 0-14) who are infected with HIV.