Indonesia HIV AIDS Prevention and Care Project - Phase II West Java

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Indonesia HIV AIDS Prevention and Care Project - Phase II West Java
  • 3. West Java
    • Population : 39 million (2004)
    • 25 Cities/Municipalities
    • Total Budget :
    • Rp 500 Million (Provincial KPA Secretariat)
    • Rp 50 – 500 Million (Provincial Institutions)
    • Rp 1 – 100 Million (KPA Cities/Municipalities)
  • 4. HIV in West Java
    • Estimation of people with HIV (National Estimates 2002): 18,541
    • Reported cases as of June 2006:
    • 1,861 (HIV: 1,322, AIDS: 539)
    • Risk Factors by reported cases:
    • 62% IDUs
    • 20.5% heterosexual transmission
    • 0.01% homosexual transmission
    • 15% unidentified
  • 5. IHPCP in West Java
    • 6 staff
    • PC, 2 PTOs (HR and CST-HR)
    • Admin, office helper, driver
    • MRO seconded to Provincial KPA
    • Priorities for Programs:
    • KPA Strengthening
    • HR – CST
  • 6. IHPCP in West Java
    • Current Partner Grants
    • 4 HR NGOs
    • 3 Puskesmas
    • Bandung Municipality Health Office
    • Provincial Health Office for HR Scaling Up program in 30 Puskesmas
    • KPAP Strengthening
    • Supporting Working Groups and Assistance Team, KPAP Coordination, Supporting Admin Staff for KPAP Advocacy to DPRD, Media Relation Program (Provincial Campaign on HIV)
  • 7. Highlights
    • Provincial KPA Assistance Team mentoring (provincial plan, district plans etc.)
    • Model for scaling up integrated HR – CST programs through health sector
  • 8. Challenges
    • Governments (P/C/M)
    • - Coordination and Monev system KPAP/C/M not establish yet.
    • - HIV Program by government dominated on socialization not action programs
    • - Limited budget for HIV Programs
    • - Limited resource persons for KPAP/C/M to develop multi sector HIV programs.
    • - Scaling Up HR Program by KPAP (Dinkes) in 33 Puskesmas in 15 C/M is just
    • beginning, (need more budget and technical support until HR program sustain)
    • NGOs as IHPCP Partners
    • Expansion/consolidation stage – still need donor agencies to develop programs.
    • Individual Developments.
    • IHPCP investing provincial program staff and Government staff, and NGOs Staff to able to develop HIV programs but still need technical and development support to ensure they have capacities to develop HIV/AIDS Programs.
    • Community
    • to Scale Up HR Programs, its need community participation. Same as KPAP, community have participated in beginning stage (socializations and consolidations) its need more time to build voluntary self help groups for HIV/AIDS in community.