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Table 1 Proportion of Muslim population, HIV prevalence, and number of WLHIV in the Muslim countries included in identifying potential articles. Adapted from Pew Research Centre (2011) and UNAIDS (2018)

From: Sexual and reproductive health of women living with HIV in Muslim-majority countries: a systematic mixed studies review

No.

Country

Muslim population (%)*

HIV prevalence (%) in adult population (15–49 years)**

Estimated number of WLHIV**

2008

2017

2008

2017

1

Afghanistan

99.8

2

Algeria

98.2

0.13

<  0.1

2300

6100

3

Bangladesh

90.4

0.18

<  0.1

2600

4400

4

Chad

55.7

1.7

1.3

53,000

62,000

5

Egypt

94.7

<  0.1

<  0.1

1800

4800

6

Indonesia

88.1

0.3

0.4

120,000

220,000

7

Iran

99.7

<  0.1

0.1

11,000

15,000

8

Kazakhstan

56.4

<  0.1

0.2

2100

8000

9

Kyrgyzstan

88.8

0.1

0.2

1000

2500

10

Lebanon

59.7

<  0.1

<  0.1

< 500

<  500

11

Malaysia

61.4

0.5

0.4

14,000

17,000

12

Morocco

99.9

<  0.1

<  0.1

5900

7800

13

Niger

98.3

0.5

0.3

15,000

16,000

14

Pakistan

96.4

<  0.1

0.1

12,000

43,000

15

South Sudan

71.4

2.9

2.4

81,000

98,000

16

Tajikistan

99.0

0.2

0.3

2100

3800

17

Tunisia

99.8

<  0.1

<  0.1

< 500

<  1000

18

Turkey

98.6

...

19

Uzbekistan

96.5

0.2

0.3

9700

17,000

20

Yemen

99.0

  1. * Pew Research Center [28]
  2. **UNAIDS [32]