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Historically, Mongolia has had a low rate of HIV infection. In 2016, it was found that less 500 people in Mongolia were infected with HIV, which was less than 0.1% of the population. Furthermore, less than 100 people in Mongolia were infected with HIV each year.[1] The government of Mongolia takes HIV prevention and treatment seriously. The National Committee on AIDS (NCA) was established in 2006, which was followed by the revision of the National Strategy Plan on HIV, AIDS and STIs (2010-2015). Furthermore, the National Monitoring and Evaluation plan for HIV/AIDS and STIs was developed and approved by the government.[2] To learn more about the Mongolian government's response to HIV/AIDS, click here, where you can read various reports on HIV/AIDS in Mongolia.