- Phase 2 HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Project: Project Design Document
- Australia - Indonesia Development Cooperation Program
- AusAID, January 2002, 223 pp
Reproduced with AusAID's kind permission.
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"The response to the epidemic by the Government of Indonesia, community groups, and the international community in the last five years, has laid the foundation for preventing an expanded epidemic. AusAID’s Phase 1 Project and the USAID-funded HAPP project have made important contributions to strengthening the capacity of national and provincial institutions and non-government organisations (LSMs) to respond to the epidemic. Nevertheless, Indonesia still requires considerable assistance in the future, particularly in relation to emerging risks, and continued support will be necessary to sustain the benefits of the Phase 1 Project. The Government of Indonesia requested continuation of Australian support for the national response to HIV/AIDS. In preparation for the design of the Phase 2 project, two Indonesian consultants were engaged to undertake a situation analysis of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the country. The AusAID Post held discussions with the KPA Secretariat and Depkes to decide on the Indonesian provinces, which would be included in the Phase 2 project. The two governments agreed that in addition to the Phase 1 Project provinces (Bali, NTT and South Sulawesi), DKI Jakarta, West Java, Central Java, Central Kalimantan, Irian Jaya and Riau should be considered for inclusion in Phase 2. The FDS was conducted by a team of Indonesians and Australians providing experience and expertise in epidemiology, HIV surveillance, harm reduction, strategic planning and design, health promotion and social research."