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    HIV-tuberculosis co-infection is a global problem: resources need to be expanded and funding must be sustainable and predictable        PB IDI menyatakan bahwa kondom adalah alat kesehatan yang mampu mencegah penularan infeksi menular seksual (termasuk HIV) bila digunakan pada setiap kegiatan seks berisiko.        By enabling and empowering women to protect themselves and their partners with female condoms, we can begin saving lives and curbing the spread of HIV today.         Women need prevention now. They need access to the female condom and education on its use.        Indonesian AIDS Community (AIDS-INA) will use internet technologies for facilitating the dissemination and exchange of knowledge and experience in HIV/AIDS programme among all community members        Do you know that DFID provide £25 million in support of a large HIV and AIDS Programme in Indonesia started in 2005? Do you know where the fund have been allocated?        Apakah Menko KesRa atau Presiden SBY masih peduli terhadap penanggulangan penyakit menular, termasuk HIV-AIDS, TB, Malaria - di Indonesia? Indonesia sedang dalam kondisi sungguh sulit dengan dampak penularan yang terus meluas pada masyarakat yang miskin        Bila Konsep Akselerasi Upaya Penanggulangan HIV-AIDS di Indonesia tidak difahami dengan BENAR dan Berbasis evidence, maka TIDAK AKAN berhasil menahan laju epidemi HIV di Indonesia. Itu yang terjadi sekarang!        Further evidence to support a recommendation for exclusive breastfeeding by HIV-positive mothers in resource-limited settings        Deliver TB and HIV services in the context of fully functioning primary health care systems to ensure cases are detected, prevention is available and treatment accessible and sustained        Reach the most vulnerable populations with TB and HIV services Now!        The HIV service providers need to do : screening for TB and starting isoniazid preventive therapy if there is no sign of active TB.        To fight AIDS we must do more to fight TB (Nelson Mandella, 2004)        Violence makes women more susceptible to HIV infection and the fear of violent male reactions, physical and psychological, prevents many women from trying to find out more about it, discourages them from getting tested and stops them from getting treatmen        People at high risk of HIV exposure should be tested every three to six months in identifying recently infected people then we have to be able to counsel them to modify high-risk sexual behavior and desist from transmitting the virus        About half of new HIV cases occur when the person transmitting the virus is in the early stages of infection and unlikely to know if he or she is HIV-positive        HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Indonesia: not one ( single) epidemic but many (multiple) (riono, pandu)        Combating HIV-AIDS requires more than prevention and treatment. It requires improving the conditions under which people are free to choose safer life strategies and conditions.        Para pecandu yang butuh alat suntik (insul) steril, hubungi LSM setempat - Lihat pada Jejaring Layanan        Kurangi Dampak Akibat Bencana Napza dengan Upaya Pemulihan Pecandu yang komprehensif (metadon, Jarums steril, tes HIV dan Hep C, Pengobatan dan Dukungan)        Treatment without prevention is simply unsustainable! Pengobatan saja tanpa upaya pencegahan yang serius dan sistematik sama saja BOHONG!        1 Desember: keprihatinan global atas kegagalan kita!        Gunakan alat suntik steril untuk hindari penularan HIV dan Hepatitis        Pakai kondom pada setiap kegiatan seks berisiko, dapat mencegah penularan HIV        HIV tidak mudah menular dari satu orang ke orang lain        Komisi Penanggulangan AIDS (KPA) adalah institusi koordinasi BUKAN Pelaksana program atau Implementor!!        Profesi Kesehatan perlu terlibat dan dilibatkan secara aktif dalam upaya penanggulangan HIV-AIDS        Perluasan Masalah HIV-AIDS di Indonesia TIDAK mungkin dibatasi oleh wilayah administratif tertentu saja        Hindari diskriminasi dan stigmatisasi pada orang rawan dan orang yang telah terkena HIV        AIDS adalah kenyataan, lakukan tes HIV bila ingin tahu status anda        AIDS-INA - Sarana komunitas AIDS Indonesia untuk menyampaikan gagasan serta tukar informasi    

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  10 Langkah Mengembangkan Kebijakan Publik 
Deskripsi: Pasal Pertama dalam Deklarasi Universal Hak Asasi Manusia menyatakan bahwa semua manusia dilahirkan merdeka, memiliki martabat dan hak-hak yang sama. Pasal pembuka tersebut sekaligus menjadi inti dari Hak Asasi Manusia yakni tidak boleh ada pembedaan perlakuan pada siapapun, tidak boleh ada diskriminasi pada segenap manusia, siapapun dia.

Namun kenyataanya semangat anti diskriminasi tidak sekuat semangat kebalikannya. Kepentingan ekonomi dan kepentingan politik seringkali telah mengaburkan kepentingan kemanusiaan, bahkan dimana-mana dengan mengatasnamakan ?moral? dipakai untuk meruntuhkan moral kemanusiaan itu sendiri.

Diskriminasi terhadap orang-orang dengan HIV/AIDS merupakan contoh yang dapat dengan mudah kita saksikan. Permasalahan moralitas menjadi alasan utama mengapa mereka didiskriminasi.
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  Behavioral Surveillance Survey (BSS) Result in Indonesia, 2004-2005 
Deskripsi: Survei surveilans perilaku di Indonesia yang dilaksanakan oleh BPS bekerja sama dengan Depkes RI
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  Buku Pegangan Konselor HIV/AIDS  Populer
Deskripsi: Buku Pegangan Konselor
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  Estimasi Nasional Infeksi HIV pada Orang Dewasa di Indonesia Tahun 2002 
Deskripsi: Estimasi populasi berisiko HIV-AIDS yang dikerluarkan oelh Depkes RI tahun 2002
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  Estimasi Orang Dengan HIV/AIDS (ODHA) di Kabupaten/Kota Provinsi Bali Tahun 2007 
Deskripsi: Laporan mengenai estimasi ODHA di Propinsi Bali sebagai koreksi dari estimasi yang dilakukan oleh KPA Nasional
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  Executive Report, HIV Prevention and Care Program in Prison in Indonesia 
Deskripsi: The HIV epidemic level in Indonesia is currently concentrated in a number of high risk subpopulations, and in the last few years its expansion has been largely driven by injecting drug use. Prison is considered as one of the concretrated most at risk populations. This is due to the convergence of a number of factors, including the high proportion of inmates who have been convicted for drug possession or use, the reported use of non-sterile needles (for drug use and tattooing). The severe overcrowding , which may cause unsafe sex among inmates, and also the minimal health services in prisons.

An example of the problem can be seen in the province of DKI Jakarta.In 2006, some 60% to 65% of Jakarta inmates had been convicted on drug offenses and 72.5% were drug users. Figures on deaths in prisons reveal alarmingly high death rates among drug users: in four prisons in Jakarta, 90% of those who died were drug users. Nationwide, 70 to 75% of the 813 people who died in Indonesian prisons in 2006 had been convicted of drug offences, while approximately 29% of the total prison population in 2006 were serving sentences for drug-related crimes. The majority of deaths in prisons were due to respiratory infections, TB, hepatitis and chronic diarrhea, all of which maybe associated with the HIV infection. However, the prison system's capacity to deal with such health issues is very limited. As an example, the number of people incarcerated in Jakarta prisons rose from 10,140 in 2005 to 19,652 in 2006. Such numbers put a severe strain on prison health personnel and resources that are already overstretched.

In response to this and other evidence that suggest a growing HIV related problems in prisons, a number of risk reduction and HIV prevention interventions have been implemented in prisons, since 2005, primarily supported by the Ministry of Law and Human Rights and two bilateral donor programs, FHI-ASA and IHPCP. These have ranged from the provision of IEC materials to inmates and staff to comprehensive risk reduction services, ARV and methadone therapy.

This report provides a broad outline of the national plans to overcome HIV and AIDS problem in prisons, activities with partners that have already been carried out and what has already been achieved, as well as some of the constraints and challenges, and plans for follow up action
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  HIV and Syphilis Prevalence and Risk Behaviour Survey Among Prisoners in Indonesia 
Deskripsi: In an attempt to realize the 2010-2014 National Action Plan on HIV/AIDS Prevention and Narcotics Abuse at the Correctional Technical Executive Unit, the Directorate General of Correctional Institutions, along with AusAID, UNODC, NAC, the Ministry of Health and HCPI developed and executed an HIV and syphilis prevalence study in prisons and detention centers in a spirit of collaboration. As one of the main activities in the Research and Development Program, the study was the first performed nation-wide to identify the HIV and syphilis prevalence in prisons and detention centers. The research results have provided the Directorate General of Correctional Institutions the latest HIV and syphilis prevalence data at prisons and detention centers to use for program development, monitoring and evaluation as well as input for national policy on HIV and AIDS prevention and narcotics abuse at the Correctional Technical Executive Unit.

This research was carried out through a process of thorough discussion, planning and design in accordance with the health research protocols applicable in Indonesia. Several reasons why this research had to be carried out prudently and based on respect for human rights are as follows:
  1. The research was carried out at prisons and detention centers;
  2. The respondents were prisoners at a prison or detention center;
  3. The subject of research is HIV and syphilis, which is a very sensitive issue among inmates.
With a strict methodology, inclusion and exclusion criteria were created to select the locations of research (prisons and detention centers) and 24 prisons and detention centers in 13 provinces in Indonesia were selected as data collection sites. Respondents in this research were limited to those who were already sentenced and classified as prisoners. It was determined that the required respondent sample would be 1,300 prisoners.

To prevent discrimination and stigmatization and to allow generalization of results, respondents were randomly selected. The researchers first explained the data collecting process and obtain the selected prisoner’s approval through informed consent before the interview began. The study used Audio Computer Assisted Self Interview method in collecting the data from 1,300 respondents in which respondents filled in the questionnaire themselves with the aid of a computer in a separate room.

The data obtained from the field was processed and analyzed using STATA, and is presented in this report. The data in this report will be used as a basis for the development and assessment of the program’s achievements in the next few years. In order to monitor the HIV and syphilis prevalence among the prisoners, it is expected that this research can be carried out every 3-4 years.

By: Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, Secretariate National AIDS Commission, the Ministry of Health, HCPI, UNODC, WHO, UNAIDS Secretariate, AIDSina Foundation and AusAID
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  HIV Counselling Handbook for the Asia-Pacific 
Deskripsi: The urgent need to help more adults and children, especially in vulnerable, marginalized communities, find out their HIV status and receive treatment is beyond question. But HIV testing–whether client- or provider-initiated–is more than simply uncovering HIV cases. The quality of counselling and respect for the right to opt out of testing, as well as support measures for coping with the results, are just as important. Counselling, before or after testing, should increase knowledge of HIV prevention and enhance primary health care and positive prevention, as well as curative care when positive status is confirmed. The quality of counselling also shows itself in the quality of referrals, follow-ups, treatment adherence, and care, including nutritional, psychosocial and medical support, such as cotrimoxazole prophylaxis, to sustain the well-being of adults and children living with HIV.

This comprehensive HIV counsellors resource package answers the pressing need to improve the quality of counselling as countries step up their drive to contain the AIDS epidemic. Prepared over two years by WHO and UNICEF with technical assistance from the Family Health International Asia-Pacific Regional Office, it is designed to equip trainers, counsellors in training, and working counsellors in the Asia Pacific Region with essential skills and knowledge to deliver high-quality HIV testing and counselling services in a range of approaches and settings. The HIV counsellors handbook, trainer’s session plans, participatory learning activities, and HIV counsellor toolkit found here were updated from the Voluntary HIV Counselling and Testing Manual for Training of Trainers (2004) prepared jointly by the WHO South-East Asia Regional Office and the UNICEF East Asia and the Pacific Regional Office.
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  HIV Counselling Trainerís Manual for the Asia-Pacific 
Deskripsi: The urgent need to help more adults and children, especially in vulnerable, marginalized communities, find out their HIV status and receive treatment is beyond question. But HIV testing–whether client- or provider-initiated–is more than simply uncovering HIV cases. The quality of counselling and respect for the right to opt out of testing, as well as support measures for coping with the results, are just as important. Counselling, before or after testing, should increase knowledge of HIV prevention and enhance primary health care and positive prevention, as well as curative care when positive status is confirmed. The quality of counselling also shows itself in the quality of referrals, follow-ups, treatment adherence, and care, including nutritional, psychosocial and medical support, such as cotrimoxazole prophylaxis, to sustain the well-being of adults and children living with HIV.

This comprehensive HIV counsellors resource package answers the pressing need to improve the quality of counselling as countries step up their drive to contain the AIDS epidemic. Prepared over two years by WHO and UNICEF with technical assistance from the Family Health International Asia-Pacific Regional Office, it is designed to equip trainers, counsellors in training, and working counsellors in the Asia Pacific Region with essential skills and knowledge to deliver high-quality HIV testing and counselling services in a range of approaches and settings. The HIV counsellors handbook, trainer’s session plans, participatory learning activities, and HIV counsellor toolkit found here were updated from the Voluntary HIV Counselling and Testing Manual for Training of Trainers (2004) prepared jointly by the WHO South-East Asia Regional Office and the UNICEF East Asia and the Pacific Regional Office.
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  IBBS Surveilance Highlights Female Sex Workers 
Deskripsi: IBBS Surveilance Highlights Female Sex Workers
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