Country profiles on HIV/AIDS
Mongolia currently remains a low HIV prevalence country. In 2015 the estimated 414 people were living with HIV. HIV prevalence is highest among men who have sex with men at 12% (2014). Sexually transmitted infections (STIs), meanwhile, are becoming a significant public health challenge in this country. Female sex workers showed the highest syphilis rate of 29.7% in 2012, but no HIV was detected in the 2014 seroprevalence survey.
All data from the databases below unless otherwise stated AIDSInfo. Geneva: UNAIDS http://aidsinfo.unaids.org Global AIDS response progress reporting [online database]. Geneva: https//aidsreportingtool.unaids.org/ Tuberculosis data [online database]. Geneva. World Health Organisation, 2015: http://www.who.int/tb/country/data/download/en/
Legend: ARV = antiretroviral ART = antiretroviral therapy FSW = female sex workers MSM = men who have sex with men PMTCT = prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV PLHIV = people living with HIV PWID = people who inject drugs VL = viral load