Prevention of sexual transmission of HIV – interventions among different target groups and through multisectoral approach
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PLHIV Positive
prevention
program for
PLHIV
- Counseling for safe
sex
- 100% CUP
- STI screening
- STI management
- Partne...
Youth &
Adolescent
 School going
 College going
 Out of school
& college
 Street
children
- Life Skill
Education
- You...
Prisoners HIV
Intervention
in Prison
- IEC & BCC
- Peer Education
- Safe sex promotion
(ABC)
- Sex & Reproductive
Health E...
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Prevention of sexual transmission of HIV in Indonesia

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Prevention of sexual transmission of HIV – interventions among different target groups and through multisectoral approach Target groups Key Prevention Strategies Major activities performed to prevent sexual transmission of HIV Implementing partners at district level who implement the activities Key district level stakeholders National bodies to provide support to the implementing partners International Agencies to provide support High Risk Groups Sex Workers  Female  Male  Transgender Clients of SWs MSM Transgender IDUs Targeted Intervention - IEC & BCC - Peer Education - 100% CUP - STI screening - STI management - Partner treatment - Enabling environment - Community engagement - Referral to VCT services - Operational research like female condom, microbicides, rapid tests of STIs - Local NGOs - Local Community Based organizations (CBOs) - Healthcare facilities - Puskesmas - District Hospitals - NGO clinics - VCTCs -(Private doctors - Pharmacists - Unqualified doctors - Street medicine vendors)* - Condom outlets - Social Marketing Agencies - Community people - District Health Office -District AIDS Commission -Dist Family Planning Dept -Local Police & Administration -Sex Work Establishment Managers -Community & Religious leaders - Faith Based Organizations - NAC - MOH (Sub directorate STI & AIDS) - Ministry of Social Justice - National level Community Based Organizations and Networks of SWs, MSM, Transgender - National NGOs - National level Religious Groups - WHO - FHI - UNFPA - UNAIDS - Aus Aid supported Program - UNODC - DKT
  • 2. PLHIV Positive prevention program for PLHIV - Counseling for safe sex - 100% CUP - STI screening - STI management - Partner treatment - Promotion of positive living - District level PLHIV network - Healthcare facilities at district level - Social Marketing Agencies - District Health Office - District AIDS Commission - Dist Family Planning Dept. - NAC - MOH (Sub directorate STI & AIDS) - National level PLHIV network - WHO - FHI - UNAIDS - DKT Mobile Men with Money  Truckers  Migrant Labors  Miner Workers  Police  Armed Forces  Sea men  Tourists - Workplace Interventions - ‘Safe’ Highway Program - HIV prevention among migrant labors - HIV prevention among uniformed services including Navy & sea- men - HIV awareness among tourists in prominent tourist spots - IEC & BCC - Peer Education - Condom promotion - STI screening - STI management - Enabling environment - Health regulations - VCT services - Local NGOs - Medical units of workplaces like mines, big factories - Healthcare units of Military & police - Healthcare units of ports and harbors, Navy - Social Marketing Agencies - Military and Naval units - Local Port Authority - Local police - Corporate & Semi-Govt. business bodies - Local Labor Organization - Local Transport Organization - District Health Office & AIDS Commission - District Family Planning Dept. - NAC - Ministry of Defense - Ministry of Labor - Ministry of Road Transport - Ministry of Tourism - Ministry of Port - MOH (Sub directorate STI & AIDS) - ILO - WHO - FHI - UNAIDS - DKT
  • 3. Youth & Adolescent  School going  College going  Out of school & college  Street children - Life Skill Education - Youth Friendly Health Service - School & College AIDS Program - HIV Prevention for the Street Children - IEC & BCC - Peer Education - Safe sex promotion (ABC) - Condom promotion (for sexually active youth) - Sex & Reproductive Health Education - STI screening & management - Enabling environment - Local NGOs - Youth Clubs - Schools and Colleges - Healthcare facilities at district level - Faith based organizations - District Youth Groups - District Health Office & AIDS Commission - District Family Planning Dept. - District Welfare Office - NAC - MOH (Sub directorate STI & AIDS) - Ministry of Youth Affairs - Ministry of Social Welfare - National Youth Federation - UNICEF - UNFPA - UNDP - WHO - FHI - UNAIDS Vulnerable women  Spouses of high risk groups  Women in reproductive age groups  Pregnant women  Women trafficked and rescued - Integration of STI/HIV intervention activities with Reproductive Health Program - HIV programs for trafficked women - IEC & BCC - Peer Education - Safe sex promotion - Condom distribution - Sex & Reproductive Health Education - Screening and management of STIs & RTIs - ANC screening of syphilis and HIV - Screening of STIs & HIV among trafficked women - Operational Research on female condom, microbicides, Rapid tests of STIs - Healthcare facilities of RH, ANC, FP of the district hospital & puskesmas - Local women’s Groups - Self Help Groups of women in the villages - Faith Based Organizations - Rescue Home for Trafficked women - Prison Health Units - SM Agencies - District Health Office & AIDS Commission - District Family Planning Dept. - District Women’s Forum - Prison authorities - Police & Administration - NAC - MOH (Sub directorate STI & AIDS) - Ministry of Population/Natio nal Family Planning coordination Board - Ministry of Social Justice - UNFPA - UNDP - WHO - UNAIDS - DKT
  • 4. Prisoners HIV Intervention in Prison - IEC & BCC - Peer Education - Safe sex promotion (ABC) - Sex & Reproductive Health Education - STI screening & Management - VCT services - Local NGOs - Prison Health Units - District Health Office & AIDS Commission - Prison Authorities - NAC - MOH (Sub directorate STI & AIDS) - Ministry of Social Justice - Aus Aid supported Programs - UNODC General Population General Awareness Programs on HIV/AIDS - IEC like road side banners and hoardings, - Posters, pamphlets, leaflets in healthcare facilities - Radio/TV AIDS Talk - Print media - Positive Hotline services - Local NGOs & CBOs - Local radio/TV stations - Local newspapers - Local clubs and community groups - District Health Office & AIDS Commission - District Public Relation Office - NAC - MOH (Sub directorate STI & AIDS) - Ministry of Communication & Public Affair * These groups are involved in providing services to the high risk groups but not included in the program so far Copyright@Sugata Mukhopadhyay

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