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"Getting to Zero"
Pakistan is the second largest country in South Asia that stands only a few steps behind India and Nepal in terms of HIV epidemic. Until recently Pakistan was classified as a ‘low prevalence high risk’ country but now Pakistan is in a ‘concentrated phase’ of the epidemic with HIV prevalence of more than 5% among injecting drug users (IDUs) in at least eight major cities. However, the country still has a window of opportunity as the current estimates, using the various latest prevalence estimation models; indicate that the HIV prevalence among general adult population is still below (.1%) According to the latest national HIV estimates there are approximately 97,400 cases of HIV/AIDS in Pakistan.

The Programme would like to appreciate the generous contributions both financial and technical, made by our bilateral funding agencies namely World Bank, CIDA, DFID, UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNESCO, UNICEF, UNODC, WHO, Plan –International, Pakistan, Pakistan Red Crescent Society and other donors/partners. This fruitful association would continue as amicably in the time to come especially towards successful implementation.

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