West and Central Africa is home to 5 million people living with HIV, of whom 450,000 are children. HIV prevalence among adults is 1.5%, which is relatively low when compared to East and Southern Africa. There is wide variation between countries, ranging from 0.2% in Mauritania to 7.1% in Equatorial Guinea. - Avert.org
East and Southern Africa is the region hardest hit by HIV. It is home to around 6.2% of the world’s population but over half (54%) of the total number of people living with HIV in the world (20.6 million people). In 2018, there were 800,000 new HIV infections, just under half of the global total. - Avert.org
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