According to the Ghana AIDS Commission, there are 72% of people living with HIV that know their HIV status, 87% people with diagnosed HIV infection received sustained antiretroviral therapy and 68% people receiving antiretroviral therapy having viral suppression.
As of December 2023, an average of 354,927people in Ghana were infected with HIV (human immunodeficiency virus).
The statistics below shows the numbers of people living with HIV in Ghana as of December, 2023.
When was HIV first reported in Ghana?
In 1986 was the first HIV/AIDS case diagnosed in Ghana, though efforts to track records were not instituted until 1990 when the Ministry of Health implemented the national HIV Sentinel Surveillance (HSS) system. Read the full history of HIV/AIDS here.