Projects

HIV Cooperation Program for Indonesia (HCPI)

The HIV Cooperation Program for Indonesia is a support project funded by the Australian Government in partnership with the Government of Indonesia. It is one of the main components of the Australia-Indonesia Partnership for HIV.

This five-year program is a key player in the country’s response to HIV, helping Indonesia plan and manage an effective and sustainable response through four key components:

  • Leadership - with the objective to contribute to Indonesia’s capacity to lead, plan and manage an effective and sustainable HIV response

  • Papua and West Provinces - with the objective to support the development and implementation of an effective and sustainable response to HIV in Papua and West Papua

  • Injecting Drug Users - with the objective to strengthen programs addressing HIV associated with people who inject drugs

  • Prisons - with the objective to support the development and implementation of an effective and sustainable approach to HIV in prisons and closed settings.

Burnet Institute, in association with GRM International, continues to manage the HIV Cooperation Program for Indonesia as a follow-on program to the five-and-a-half-year Indonesia HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care project.

The HIV Cooperation Program for Indonesia operates at a national level and also in DKI Jakarta, Java, Papua and Bali.

Timeline

Ends December 2015.

Collaborators

GRM/Futures

Funding

Health Issue

Contact Details

For any general enquiries relating to this project, please contact:

Professor Robert Power

Head of International Operations

Telephone

+61392822169

Email

robert.power@burnet.edu.au