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Updated Resource Requirements for Sustainable Financing of the HIV Response in Indonesia: The government of Indonesia has committed to combatting the country’s HIV epidemic by strengthening policy frameworks and adopting fast-track targets geared at accelerating progress toward achieving epidemic control. In the context of these programmatic changes and anticipated decreasing external financing, understanding total cost is essential to plan and advocate for HIV funding. HP+, together with the government of Indonesia’s Sub-Directorate of HIV/AIDS in the Ministry of Health, calculated a comprehensive resource needs estimate, accounting for a heterogenous epidemic and cost of service delivery across provinces.
Options to Finance the Rapid Scale-Up of the HIV Response in Indonesia: The Role of the National Health Insurance Scheme (JKN) and Local Governments: With anticipated decreases in external funding, there is a need to assess domestic capacity to finance the proposed rapid scale-up of Indonesia's HIV response. HP+ and Indonesia's Ministry of Health considered what aspects of HIV service delivery could be incorporated into the national health insurance scheme (JKN) and associated financial implications to the scheme. Further, HP+ assessed the role local governments would need to play to support the provision of specific HIV services not covered by JKN.
Health Policy Plus and Sub-Directorate for HIV/AIDS and STI of the Ministry of Health, Indonesia. 2018. Updated Resource Requirements for Sustainable Financing of the HIV Response in Indonesia. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00T-6PQ
English PDF 902.7 kbJune 2018
Prabhakaran, S., A. Dutta, R, Ross, and C.B. Cantelmo. 2018. Options to Finance the Rapid Scale-Up of the HIV Response in Indonesia: The Role of the National Health Insurance Scheme (JKN) and Local Governments. Washington, DC: Palladium, HP+ USAID DEC: PA-00T-7ZZ
English PDF 1054.6 kbAugust 2018
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