Prevalence of sexually transmitted infections (STls) remains an important factor in HIV transmission MSM are one of the most important groups for increasing prevalence of HIV has been reported over the last few years.MSM continue to engage in frequent unprotected sexual intercourse.The main purpose of Indonesia HIV/AIDS program is to increase healthines in people living with HIV/AIDS and avoid death from early caused opportunistic infection.These goals are improved by providing HIV/AIDS and STD clinic services appropriate to international medical standard requirements and national policy.Bambang Soesatyo, the speaker of Parliament and a lawmaker from the major secular party Golkar, said same-sex relationships should be criminalized because they could “corrupt the morality of the nation.” A few politicians outside the committee have raised concerns about the fundamental threat to privacy.One of the obstacles in the way of the Islamic parties is President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s power of veto.The most of HIV infections in Indonesia are concentrated in five key population; people who inject drugs (PWIDs), female sex workers (FSWs), men who have sex with men (MSM), male sex workers and transgender (Waria).
In 2016 the Ministry of Health (MOH) reported that 32% of cases in 2011 were among women.(JAKARTA, Indonesia) — Riding a tsunami of moral conservatism and anti-gay prejudice, Indonesia’s Islamic political parties appear on the cusp of a major victory: outlawing all sex outside marriage.Revisions to Indonesia’s criminal code being considered by Parliament would allow prison sentences of up to five years for sex between unmarried people.They have typically commanded far less votes than secular parties, but their concerns resonate with a broad cross-section of Indonesians.
Hard-line Muslim groups considered fringe a decade ago, such as the Islamic Defenders Front, have moved into the mainstream and shook Jokowi’s government last year with a mass movement against the minority Christian governor of Jakarta, who was subsequently imprisoned for two years for blasphemy.
Source: AHF Indonesia *** There are currently estimated to be 421.000 people living with HIV/AIDS in Indonesia.