Mali Country Profile

Mali Country Profile

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Country Overview

CDC has maintained a presence in Mali since 1995 and continues to provide technical assistance to the Ministry of Health’s HIV and tuberculosis (TB) control efforts focusing on laboratory strengthening, surveillance systems, and HIV/TB integration. CDC enhances the laboratory foundation for HIV/TB services by providing financial and technical assistance for laboratory quality assurance programming and strengthens Mali’s national strategic information efforts with support for a national surveillance strategy. CDC also works with the Ministry’s TB program to ensure effective HIV/TB integration.

Per Capita GNI

$770

(2016)

Population (million)

17.9

(2016)

Under 5 Mortality

111/1,000 Live Births

(2016)

Life Expectancy

58 Years

(2016)

Estimated HIV Prevalence

1.2%

(Ages 15-49) (2017)

Estimated AIDS Deaths

5,300

(2017)

TB Treatment Success Rate

81%

(2015)

Estimated TB Incidence

57/100,000

(2015)

Estimated Orphans Due to AIDS

69,000

(2017)

TB patients with known HIV-status who are HIV-positive

14%

(2016)

Reported Number Receiving Antiretroviral Therapy (ART)

39,048

(2017)

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