Country profiles on HIV/AIDS
Mongolia currently remains a low HIV prevalence country. In 2013 the estimated adult prevalence was less than 0.1%. HIV prevalence is highest among men who have sex with men at 10.7% in 2013.
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs), meanwhile, are becoming a significant public health challenge in this country. Female sex workers showed the highest syphilis rate of 27.5% in 2012. Among pregnant women, the chlamydia rate was 14.3% in 2009.
Core HIV and AIDS epidemic and response data
|Children < 15 years||...||…||…||…||…|
|No. new infection||...||…||…||…||…|
|AIDS related deaths||<100||<100||9||11||14|
|HIV prevalence (%)|
|No. people on ART|
|ART coverage (%)||14|
|No. receiving ARV for PMTCT||0||3||5||2|
|PMTCT coverage (%)||67|
WHO/UNAIDS estimates 2013, and GARPR reporting 2012-2014.
Legend: PLHIV people living with HIV; PWID - people who inject drugs; FSW female sex workers; MSM men who have sex with men; ARV antiretroviral drugs; ART antiretroviral therapy; PMTCT prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV
Last update: 3 December 2014