Indonesien

Suchen Sie nach HIV-Tests in Indonesien? Finden Sie ein HIV-Zentrum

AHF Indonesia is officially registered with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and started collaboration with the Ministry of Health on July 1, 2016 to implement an HIV testing and treatment program with five local NGO partners and four ART treatment clinics in West Java and DKI Jakarta Provinces. The services provided included patient laboratory tests, access to ART support, hospital staff capacity building, and organized advocacy meetings with the government for increased community testing and early treatment strategies.

Currently, AHF Indonesia works in seven provinces throughout Indonesia (DKI Jakarta, Central Java, East Java, Bali, North Sumatra, East Kalimantan, and South Sulawesi), promoting the health and well-being among people living with HIV (PLHIV) and preventing opportunistic infections among them. In recent years, the primary driver of the HIV epidemic has shifted from the injection of drugs to sexual transmission. Most of the key populations are in urban and peri-urban areas. Key affected groups continue to report high-risk behaviour and insufficient awareness about HIV. We continue working to inform young people and other key populations about safer sex practices and the prevention of HIV and other STIs.

In 2020, AHF Indonesia commenced a collaboration with the Ministry of Social Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, extending its partnership from 2020-2023 and further continuing into 2023-2026. The primary focus of the collaboration revolves around the Social Rehabilitation Program in HIV prevention, HIV early detection, treatment, therapy, and support for PLHIV. Presently, AHF Indonesia implements its program in 15 health services and six NGOs across the country. The program aims to enhance early HIV detection and infection prevention, aid PLHIV in accessing effective treatment and therapy, and enhancing the program’s quality through mentoring and empowerment initiatives. These efforts are geared towards improving the quality of life for families and communities affected by HIV

There are an estimated 503,261 PLHIV in Indonesia. By the end of March 2024, the Ministry of Health had recorded 408,835 cases, signifying that 81% of PLHIV in the country were aware of their HIV status. Among these individuals, 49% were undergoing treatment. The HIV epidemic in Indonesia has persisted since 1987, with the country classified as experiencing a concentrated epidemic among key populations. HIV has been reported in all 38 provinces in the country.


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Mädchengesetz befähigt Mädchen und junge Frauen, gesund zu bleiben und sich zu entfalten! Wir arbeiten daran, HIV- und STI-Infektionen zu verhindern, helfen jungen Frauen und Mädchen, bei HIV-Positivität weiterhin in Behandlung zu bleiben, ungeplante Schwangerschaften zu reduzieren und unterstützen sie dabei, in der Schule zu bleiben.

To learn more about Girls Act or HIV testing, please get in touch with us at:

GirlsAct.org

Besuchen Sie die Girls Act-Website


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Herr Asep Eka Nur Hidayat, Länderprogramm-Manager
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AHF Indonesien
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Total clients registered in AHF-supported care as of May 2024: 16,095

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