Bali Peduli -- Indonesia

Bali Peduli building

Bali Peduli -- Indonesia

Virus targets
Hepatitis B
Hepatitis C
Type
Civil society
Setting
Micro elimination
Other targets
HIV
HPV
STI
Syphillis
Tuberculosis
Phase
Active
Health outcomes
Incidence
Prevalence
WHO region
Western Pacific Region
Country
Indonesia
Key interventions
Coinfection with HIV
Community mobilization
Harm reduction
HBV testing and linkage to care
HCV Testing and Linkage to Care
HCV treatment
Hepatitis B Vaccination
Persons who inject drugs: HCV cure as prevention
Persons who inject drugs: Medication assisted therapy
Persons who inject drugs: Syringe service program(s)
Program evaluation
Prophylaxis
Safer injection practices
Safer sex practices
Strategic data analysis
Testing
Treatment
Treatment (direct or referral)
Target population
Adolescents (10 - 19 years of age)
Adults
Incarcerated populations (current and former)
Men who have sex with men
Occupations with possible exposure
Persons who inject drugs
Pregnant women
Sexual contact(s)
Performance target
Care cascade: HBV diagnosis
Care cascade: HBV testing
Care cascade: HCV diagnosis
Care cascade: HCV testing
Care cascade: Referred for treatment
Harm reduction (access to safe injection equipment for persons who inject drugs)
Injection safety
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Summary and objectives

Vision

To eliminate barriers to care to prevent the spread of HIV on Bali, and reduce stigma around HIV.

Mission

To provide friendly, confidential, and early HIV/STI tests and treatment to save lives; To provide outreach/education to reduce stigma around HIV; To promote positive & responsible sexual behaviour;  To provide counselling and support to People Living with HIV (PLWH).

 

Background

Bali Peduli was formed in 2011 by a group of concerned Bali residents under the guidance of Dr. Steve Wignall MD. Dr. Wignall is an HIV physician and clinical researcher; National Policy Advisor for M2M HIV policy to the Indonesian National AIDS Commission and Senior Medical Advisor to the Clinton Foundation’s efforts to increase access to treatment for HIV+ people in Papua Province. Yayasan Bali Peduli received its final legal status as a charity from the government of Indonesia in 2013.