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Table 1 State of sexual and reproductive health and the HIV epidemic in 10 sub-Saharan African countries, 2012–2015

From: Availability of integrated family planning services in HIV care and support sites in sub-Saharan Africa: a secondary analysis of national health facility surveys

  Health expenditure per capita in USba People living with HIVb HIV incidence § ART (%)b PMTCTb ANC4+ (%)c Facility deliveries (%)c TFRc Unmet need for FPc CPR (%)d
Benin 31 67,000 0.34 57 > 95 59 87 4.9 32.6 17.9
Burkina Faso 33 95,000 0.19 60 83 34 66 6.0 24.5 16.2
DRC 20 370,000 0.17 42 70 48 80 6.6 27.7 20.4
Malawi 34 1,000,000 2.29 66 84 51 91 4.4 18.7 59.2
Senegal 36 41,000 0.08 52 55 47 75 5.0 25.6 23.3
Sierra Leone 107 67,000 26 87 76 54 4.9 25.0 16.6
Tanzania 32 1,400,000 1.19 62 84 51 63 5.2 22.1 38.4
Togo 37 100,000 0.59 51 86 57 73 4.8 33.6 19.9
Uganda 46 1,400,000 1.50 67 > 95 48 57 6.2 34.3 30.0
Zimbabwe 94 1,300,000 3.03 75 93 76 77 4.0 10.4 66.8
  1. - indicates no data available. DRC Democratic Republic of Congo. ANC4+: Coverage of at least four antenatal care visits. ART:
  2. CPR Contraceptive prevalence rate. TFR Total fertility rate. PMTCT Antiretroviral therapy coverage for the prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission
  3. a Source: World Health Organization Global Health Expenditure Database for 2015
  4. b Source: UNAIDS estimates for 2016
  5. c Source: most recent Demographic and Health Surveys or Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey
  6. d Source: United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (2017). World Contraceptive Use 2017 (POP/DB/CP/Rev2017)