NASTAD Helps Strengthen Zambia’s National HIV/AIDS Strategic Framework

By Maybin Mumba, Monitoring and Evaluation Program Manager, NASTAD Zambia, and Anna Carroll, Associate, Global Program, NASTAD

Zambia has one of the most severe HIV epidemics in the world, with an estimated adult prevalence of 12.7%. Over one million people are living with HIV in Zambia today. Despite these stark figures, the country has made significant progress in combatting the disease. The national adult prevalence has decreased steadily since 2000, from 15.3% to the current 12.7%, and significant strides have been made in the prevention of new infections and the provision of anti-retroviral therapies. Continue reading