Zimbabwe has made tremendous progress towards attaining the UNAIDS 90-90-90 treatment targets and the 2020 Global Prevention Coalition Road Map under its multi-sectoral response. Out of the country’s estimated 1.3 million people living with HIV, the percentage of those knowing their HIV was estimated at 90 % in 2018. The country has achieved and surpassed the second 90 now reported to be more than 95%. There has been progress in the number of AIDS-related deaths, with a 60% decrease from 2010 to 22,000 in 2018. The number of new HIV infections has also decreased by 39% by 2018 from 63,000 in 2010. Although this is remarkable progress when compared to most countries, there is still the need to sustain the momentum and further scale up HIV prevention to achieve epidemic control.
The documents below are progress reports of the national response to HIV and AIDS.