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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.CountryMuslim population (%)*HIV prevalence (%) in adult population (15–49 years)**Estimated number of WLHIV**
2008201720082017
1Afghanistan99.8
2Algeria98.20.13<  0.123006100
3Bangladesh90.40.18<  0.126004400
4Chad55.71.71.353,00062,000
5Egypt94.7<  0.1<  0.118004800
6Indonesia88.10.30.4120,000220,000
7Iran99.7<  0.10.111,00015,000
8Kazakhstan56.4<  0.10.221008000
9Kyrgyzstan88.80.10.210002500
10Lebanon59.7<  0.1<  0.1< 500<  500
11Malaysia61.40.50.414,00017,000
12Morocco99.9<  0.1<  0.159007800
13Niger98.30.50.315,00016,000
14Pakistan96.4<  0.10.112,00043,000
15South Sudan71.42.92.481,00098,000
16Tajikistan99.00.20.321003800
17Tunisia99.8<  0.1<  0.1< 500<  1000
18Turkey98.6...
19Uzbekistan96.50.20.3970017,000
20Yemen99.0
  1. * Pew Research Center [28]
  2. **UNAIDS [32]