On this page  you will find graphs displaying progress towards reaching key GTZ-IL goals and strategies by 2023 and 2030. The 2030 targets for select measures are aligned with national Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) goals. These measures outline the steps needed to improve health outcomes after an HIV or AIDS diagnosis.       

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PrEP Coverage

Goal 7: By 2023, increase the number of peole who are engaged in health care based on their HIV status, with an emphasis on HIV care and treatment and PrEP.

Strategy 15: Increase the percentage of peole vulnerable to HIV who access PrEP-related medical care from 21% (~6,500 people) to 50% (~15,000 people).

PrEP Coverage

Goal 12: Increase the percentage of HIV-diagnosed people who are virally suppressed among communities experiencing disparities.

Strategies 31-35: Increase viral suppression among Black and Latinx, gay, bisexual, and other MSM, cisgender Black heterosexual women, transgender women of color, and people living with HIV and AIDS over the age of 50.

Awareness of HIV Status

Goal 5: Increase the number of people living with HIV who know their HIV status from 86% to 93% by 2023.

Strategies 10-11: Expand health care-based, routine HIV screening tests by 25% and highly targeted, community-based HIV screening tests by 25%.

Awareness of HIV Status

Goal 5: Increase the number of people living with HIV who know their HIV status from 86% to 93% by 2023.

Strategies 10-11: Expand health care-based, routine HIV screening tests by 25% and highly targeted, community-based HIV screening tests by 25%.

New HIV Diagnoses

Goal 11: Reduce disparities among communities with disproportionately high burden of HIV incidence.

Strategies 26-29: Reduce the rate of new HIV diagnoses among Black and Latinx, gay, bisexual, and other MSM, cisgender Black heterosexual women, and transgender women of color.

New HIV Diagnoses

Goal 11: Reduce new HIV diagnoses- reduce disparities among communities with disproportionately high burden of HIV incidence.

Strategies 26-30: Reduce the rate of new HIV diagnoses among Black and Latinx, gay, bisexual, and other MSM, cisgender Black heterosexual women, transgender women of color, and the rate of newly diagnosed people who are concurrently diagnosed with HIV and AIDS. 

Late HIV Diagnoses

Goal 11: Reduce disparities among communities with disproportionately high burden of HIV incidence

Strategy 30: Reduce the rate of newly diagnosed people who are concurrently diagnosed with HIV and AIDS

Late HIV Diagnoses

Goal 6: Increase the number of people who are linked to appropriate services based on their HIV status, with an emphasis on HIV care and treatment and PrEP for prevention.

Strategy 12: Increase the percentage of people newly diagnosed with HIV who are linked to HIV medical care within 30 days of diagnosis from 82% to 90%.

Linkage to Care

Goal 6: By 2023, increase the number of people who are linked to HIV medical care within 30 days of diagnosis from 82% to 90%.

Strategy 12: Increase the percentage of people newly diagnosed with HIV who are linked to HIV medical care within 30 days of diagnosis from 82% to 90%.

Linkage to Care

Goal 7: By 2023, increase the number of people who are engaged in health care based on their HIV status, with an emphasis on HIV care and treatment and PrEP.

Strategy 14: Increase the percentage of people living with HIV who are engaged in HIV-related medical care from 63% to 80% (~32,000 people).

Engaged in Care

Goal 7: By 2023, increase the number of people who are engaged in health care based on their HIV status, with an emphasis on HIV care and treatment and PrEP

Strategy 14: Increase the percentage of people living with HIV who are engaged in HIV-related medical care from 63% to 80% (~32,000 people).

Engaged in Care

Goal 13: Increase the percentage of HIV-diagnosed people who have sustained viral suppression among communities experiencing disparities.

Strategies 36-40: Increase sustained viral suppression among Black and Latinx, gay, bisexual, and other MSM, cisgender Black heterosexual women, transgender women of color, and people living with HIV and AIDS over the age of 50.

Viral Suppression

Goal 12: Increase the percentage of HIV-diagnosed people who are virally suppressed among communities experiencing disparities. 

Strategies 31-35: Increase viral suppression among Black and Latinx gay, bisexual, and other MSM, cisgender Black heterosexual women, transgender women of color and people living with HIV and AIDS over the age of 50.

Viral Suppression

Goal 7: By 2023, increase the number of people who are engaged in health care based on their HIV status, with an emphasis on HIV care and treatment and PrEP.

Strategy 15: Increase the percentage of people vulnerable to HIV who access PrEP-related medical care from 21% (~6,500 people) to 50% (~15,000 people).

Data for 2019 are provisional. See Data Definitions for more information on methods and data.

Data Source: Enhanced HIV/AIDS Reporting System (eHARS); Chicago data – Chicago Department of Public Health; Illinois data – Illinois Department of Public Health HIV Surveillance Unit