Results of the PHIA Project provide a valuable data resource for HIV and global health researchers, policymakers, and program planners.

This page features access to public data sets and visualization tools that allow you to explore the full range of survey results and build charts, graphs, and maps.

Check out our timeline for upcoming data release dates, and our resources for final reports and summary sheets.

This Includes Data From:

Household Interviews

Including basic demographic and socio-economic variables, as well as recent deaths in the household.

Individual Interviews

Including adult women and men (ages 15 years and older) and adolescents (ages 10-14 years), basic demographic and sociodemographic variables, reproductive health related variables, information on HIV risk behavior, access to health care including HIV care and treatment, and experience with violence.

Blood Tests

Including results from HIV, syphilis, and hepatitis B rapid tests, point of care CD4 tests, viral load, early infant diagnosis and HIV recency tests.

The PHIA Project measures the reach and impact of HIV programs in PEPFAR-supported countries through national household-based surveys. Surveys are led by ministries of health, ICAP at Columbia University, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which works in partnership with ICAP on the PHIA Project with funding from the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).