Between 2004 and 2008, PEPFAR has:
- Allocated $18.8 billion to fight global AIDS.
- Supported antiretroviral treatment for 1.73 million people. Of these, 1.64 million are in the program's 15 focus countries in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean (figures as of March 31, 2008).
- Increased the number of children receiving antiretroviral therapy through the program from 4,800 in 2004 to 85,900 in 2007.
- Provided antiretroviral drugs for more than one million pregnant women, thereby preventing nearly 200,000 infant infections.
- Provided HIV testing for at least 33 million people.
Source: Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator
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