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3% and 7%, respectively, in the cities of Kisangani and Lubumbashi. 7% (Ministère de la Santé République Démocratique du Congo, 2004). 0] 33 000 [22 000–57 000] The Caribbean is the second-most affected region in the world. Among adults aged 15–44, AIDS has become the leading cause of death. More than 440 000 [270 000–780 000] people are living with HIV in the Caribbean, including the 53 000 [27 000–140 000] people who acquired the virus in 2004. An estimated 36 000 [24 000–61 000] people died of AIDS in the same year.
2001). The programme is based on a successful trial which showed a drop in the use of non-sterile injecting equipment in the previous month from 61% to 30% among all injectors in Guangxi (China National Center for AIDS/STD Control and Prevention, 2004). Harm-reduction programmes have also helped trigger a dramatic fall in reported non-sterile needle use among injectors in China’s Sichuan province. Reported re-use of non-sterile needles at last injection fell from 30% to 17% among male injectors in 2002-2003, while in the same year it fell from 24% to 15% among female injecting drug users (MAP, 2004).
Research has suggested that less skilled workers (including contract workers) in the mining sector are more likely to be migrants (living away from home for extensive periods) and more likely to frequent sex workers. Zambia’s mining sector, though, was an exception. 3%). , 2004). Other recently published research ascribes the increase in TB infections among both HIV-positive and HIV-negative gold miners in South Africa to the HIV epidemic. 5% in 1991 to 1% in 1997 and 2% in 2000. , 2004). 3% just two years earlier (Ministère de la santé Madagascar, 2003).
AIDS Epidemic Update: December 2004 by World Health Organization