Enrollment in care
Time to ART initiation
Pre-treatment CD4 count
- Viral load suppression
ABOUT THE IeDEA TREAT ALL DASHBOARD
In late 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommended universal treatment of all people living with HIV, regardless of CD4 count or disease stage. WHO’s expanded treatment recommendation—also known as “Treat All”—has dramatically improved access to life-saving treatment around the globe. The purpose of the IeDEA Treat All Dashboard is to disseminate “real world” service delivery data from sites participating in IeDEA, along with research related to Treat All implementation and outcomes.
WHERE WE ARE
We compile data from HIV care and treatment service delivery sites participating in IeDEA in sub-Saharan Africa, including the subregions of Central, East, Southern and West Africa.
1.4M people living with HIV ever enrolled at care and treatment sites in Africa participating in IeDEA
FEATURED DATA VISUALIZATIONS
Timely ART initiation among patients enrolling in care at IeDEA sites
(2010 – 2017)
- Initiated ART within 7 days
- Initiated ART within 30 days
- Initiated ART within 12 months
IeDEA Treat All Dashboard Launches!
The four Africa regions of the International epidemiology Databases to Evaluate AIDS (IeDEA) research collaboration are pleased to announce the launch of th