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SAVING LIVES

In 2015, PEPFAR supported the
following achievements
in Indonesia:

Life-saving antiretroviral
treatment for 2,997
people
HIV testing and
counseling for 72,369
people

Partnering to Achieve Epidemic Control in Indonesia
The United States is proud to support Indonesia’s leadership in the global HIV/AIDS
response. PEPFAR provides targeted technical assistance in Indonesia to maximize the
quality, coverage, and impact of the national HIV/AIDS response. Working together
with the Government of Indonesia, the private sector, civil society, and other
development partners, PEPFAR is supporting efforts to strengthen national capacity to
implement and evaluate HIV prevention, care, and treatment programs at all levels.
Specific priorities include
 Building the capacity of local government and non-governmental
organizations to deliver HIV/AIDS services on a sustainable basis, including
improving health systems, the use of data, and strategic planning and
implementation
 Supporting civil society organizations to advocate for and leverage resources
while sustaining the quality of their programs and expanding their reach in
delivering priority HIV interventions to key populations
 Addressing barriers to access through such means as offering flexible hours of
operation, providing access to multiple integrated services, and ensuring
confidentiality and privacy; supporting training for providers on the
importance of relevant and respectful care to all clients, including women and
marginalized groups; and making available alternative service delivery options
(e.g., home visits and mobile units) for clients unable to reach or unlikely to
use facility-based services
 Combating stigma and discrimination, including gender-based discrimination
 Strengthening HIV prevention activities in the military through the U.S.
government’s Office of Defense Cooperation, the National AIDS Commission,
and the Indonesia Armed Forces Surgeon General Office to coordinate and
implement training on peer-to-peer education to increase comprehensive HIV
knowledge linked to testing, care, treatment, and condom use

HIV/AIDS in the Indonesia

Number of people living with HIV (all ages), 20141
Deaths due to AIDS (all ages), 20141
Number of orphans due to AIDS (0-17), 20141
Estimated antiretroviral treatment coverage (adults ages 15+), 20142
Estimated percentage of pregnant women living with HIV who
receive antiretroviral medications for preventing mother-to-child
transmission, 20142

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660,000
34,000
N/A
8%
10%

PEPFAR Funding in Indonesia, 2007-2015 (USD in Millions)3
2007
$9
1.
2.
3.

2008
$8

2009
$9

2010
$8

2011
$13

2012
$6

2013
$8

2014
$8

2015
$8

UNAIDS. (2014). Indonesia: HIV and AIDS estimates. Retrieved December 8, 2015, from
http://www.unaids.org/en/regionscountries/countries/indonesia
UNAIDS. (2015). How AIDS changed everything. Geneva, Switzerland: Author.
Data reflect information available on the PEPFAR Dashboards and PEPFAR.gov, which represent
planned new bilateral funding initially approved in the PEPFAR Country Operational Plans/Regional
Operational Plans (COPs/ROPs) each fiscal year. As additional funding may be approved and made
available after the initial COPs/ROPs submission, or to PEPFAR-supported countries that are not
required to submit an annual COP/ROP, data on the Dashboards may not represent the final
3/2016
PEPFAR programmatic funding level in countries each fiscal year.