Ending AIDS as a Public Health Threat by 2030

This year, World AIDS Day coincides with the African conference on controlling HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Read

Executive Director's Statement for World AIDS Day 2014

Today, on World AIDS Day, I join every person around the world who believes the next generation should be free of HIV and AIDS. More than 30 years into the epidemic, we have moved beyond the early devastation wreaked by AIDS and scored many successes. Read

UNFPA Supports Young Key Population Consortium Forum on HIV-SRHR

Jakarta, 9-12 June 2014 – UNFPA supported the National AIDS Commission and the Young Key Population Forum (Forum Populasi Kunci Usia Muda, or Fokus Muda) in conducting a discussion session for the Young Key Population Consortium on 9 – 12 June 2014 in Jakarta.  Read

Statement on the World AIDS Day 2013

Today, as we mark World AIDS Day, we can point to significant progress in the global response to the epidemic on the road to reaching the goals of zero new infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths.

Miss Universe talks HIV prevention in UNFPA youth dialogue

When Miss Universe 2012 Olivia Culpo turned up to talk HIV prevention with youth at Pacific Place last Saturday, she might have expected to hear crickets chirping. Instead, Culpo was surprised by throngs of young people eager to help her become a better advocate.

Miss Universe joins UNFPA youth dialogue on preventing HIV and empowering young people

Jakarta, 2 February 2013 — UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, in collaboration with UNAIDS and the National AIDS Commission, held a youth dialogue featuring Miss Universe 2012 Olivia Culpo, Saturday, at @america, the United States Embassy’s cultural center in Jakarta.

Beyond MDGs: Indonesia’s Role as Middle Income Country in Addressing HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Jakarta, 21 May 2012 - Despite some notable achievements in meeting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) targets, Indonesia faces a huge challenge in achieving the MDG 5 i.e.,  reducing maternal mortality ratio (MMR) and achieving universal access to reproductive health,  and to the MDG 6, i.e.,  reversing the spread of HIV/AIDS. Read

Advocacy Visit to Papua

Jayapura - On 15 February 2012, UNFPA Representative, Mr. Jose Ferraris led a team from Jakarta and  Field Coordination Office  in Jayapura to undertake an advocacy visit to the Governments of Papua Province and Jayapura regency. Read

One million female condoms for 2010

Since 2005, UNFPA has launched the Global Condom Initiative which works in 72 countries to increase both the demand for, and the supply of, condoms at the national level. In carrying out this initiative UNFPA has implemented a programme called comprehensive condom programming.

UNFPA Supports MTV Staying Alive Campaign 2006

Youth makes up about 30 percent of the Indonesian population. The 1997 economic crisis exposed local youth to greater challenges that led to increased number of school drop out, unemployment, crimes, drug abuse and other high risk behaviors. Read