Project Profile

Australia Indonesia Partnership for HIV

Jangka Waktu Project:
January 2008 to December 2015
Organisasi Pendana:
  • DFAT Australia
Pemerintah Mitra:
  • Komisi Nasional AIDS
  • Kementerian Kesehatan
  • Kementerian Hukum dan Hak Asasi Manusia (untuk program penjara) dan Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional
Project Sektor:
Wilayah Kerja:
Papua, Papua Barat
Anggaran Project:
AUD $ 100 million
Kontak Detail:

AusAID Resident Office in Indonesia.
Australian Embassy
Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav C15-16
Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan 12940
Tel. +62 (21) 3924 322
Fax. +62 (21) 2550 5582
Email :

Project Summary:

Aim: assist Indonesia to halt and begin to reverse the spread of HIV. 
Activities aim to prevent and limit the spread of HIV, improve the quality of life of people living with the virus and alleviate its socio-economic impacts. Australia has helped shape Indonesia's national HIV policy and reduced HIV transmission through needle exchange, methadone and safe sex programs. In Papua and West Papua Australia's HIV activities aim to increase public awareness to change risk behaviour and reduce stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV; improve access to high-quality HIV treatment; and increase voluntary counselling and testing. Australia is also working with Indonesia to change behaviours of both men and women to prevent HIV transmission. This includes supporting efforts to reduce domestic violence, which is prevalent in Papua and West Papua. In 2009, Australian-funded activities reached almost 16,000 injecting drug users and over 80,000 prisoners providing information, counselling and referrals. Clients on methadone therapy increased by 1,000 across Java, while the number of methadone services more than doubled to almost 30 sites.