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National AIDS Commission (Indonesia)
Country Report on the Follow-Up to the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS
UNAIDS, 2006, 62 pp
Url 2006_country_progress_report_indonesia_en.pdf

Reporting period 2004-5.


"This progress report is prepared according to the UNAIDS Guidelines for Monitoring the UNGASS Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS and covers the period 2004-2005. The guidelines emphasize the need to involve civil society in tracking the progress towards UNGASS targets, and indeed they have made a significant contribution to this edition of the report. During the period 2004-2005, the Government of Indonesia included HIV/AIDS in its medium-term national development plan (2004-2009). The National AIDS Commission endorsed a range of technical strategies and foci consistent with the UNGASS Declaration of Commitment. The Sentani
Commitment (a 2004 commitment to joint action on HIV/AIDS by government at national and local level initially in 6, later 14 priority provinces) has been a useful tool mobilizing attention and resources, promoting evaluation of local efforts, facilitating problem identification and problem solving as well as stimulating useful information sharing. The National AIDS Commission, meanwhile, plans to accelerate the response and broaden the coverage of the HIV/AIDS Program in 100 districts/municipalities in 21 provinces, including the 14 Sentani Commitment provinces, and implementation is starting in early 2006. To fulfil the Declaration of Commitment (DoC) on HIV/AIDS, the Ministry of Health and various agencies have various monitoring and evaluation mechanisms and procedures distributed nationwide, that is, sentinel surveillance, behaviour surveillance and program monitoring."

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  • Secretary-General of the United Nations, Progress Made in the Implementation of the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS: Report of the Secretary-General, United Nations General Assembly A/59/765, United Nations, New York, April 2005, 21 pp. [ PDF File | Details... ]