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Cameroon

The Cameroon Population-based HIV Impact Assessment (CAMPHIA) began fieldwork in June 2017 and concluded in January 2018.

Survey teams visited over 12,000 households, interviewed participants, and provided HIV counseling and testing.

Cameroon

The Cameroon Population-based HIV Impact Assessment (CAMPHIA) began fieldwork in June 2017 and concluded in January 2018.

CAMPHIA teams worked in all 10 regions of Cameroon under the guidance of the Ministry of Health, the National Institute of Statistics, CDC, and ICAP to provide confidential HIV counseling and testing to participants.

Details on the findings, announced at AIDS 2018 in Amsterdam, can be found below.

Key Findings

%

Annual HIV incidence among adults

%

HIV prevalence among adults

%

Viral load suppression among adults living with HIV*

90-90-90 among adults living with HIV
20%

Adults living with HIV knew their HIV status

75%

Adults who were aware of their HIV status were on ART

75%

Adults who were on ART had viral load suppression

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