Thailand Country Profile

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Thailand Country Profile

Discover more about CDC’s work in Thailand by viewing our detailed country profile

Country Overview

CDC collaborates with government and non-governmental partners in Thailand, including civil society organizations and multilateral organizations, to discover, evaluate and implement new tools, programs, and policies to combat HIV, sexually transmitted infections, and tuberculosis. CDC works to scale-up and evaluate effective approaches to reach and test key populations–including men who have sex with men, people who inject drugs, and sex workers – who are at greater risk for HIV infection, as well as treat and retain people living with HIV in treatment in Bangkok and four high burden provinces. CDC aims to: improve HIV testing and case finding strategies; strengthen HIV prevention, treatment, and care services; scale-up enhanced adherence counseling, viral load testing network, and case manager programs; and expand data-driven quality improvement programs.

Per Capita GNI



Population (million)



Under 5 Mortality

8.7/1,000 Live Births


Life Expectancy

77.3 Years


Estimated HIV Prevalence


(Ages 15-49): (2021)

Estimated AIDS Deaths


(Age≥15) (2021)

TB Treatment Success Rate



Estimated TB Incidence



Estimated Orphans Due to AIDS



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



Reported Number Receiving Antiretroviral Therapy (ART)


(Age≥15) (2021)

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