Detailed Mechanism Funding and Narrative

Details for Mechanism ID: 12428
Country/Region: Indonesia
Year: 2010
Main Partner: FHI 360
Main Partner Program: NA
Organizational Type: NGO
Funding Agency: USAID
Total Funding: $0

Family Health International (FHI) has been managing the Aksi Stop AIDS (ASA) Program under a USAID Cooperative Agreement No. 497-A-00-05-00045-00 since September 15, 2005. The original CA has been amended twice to extend the program through March 2010. From October 1, 2009 through March 31, 2010, under the current extension of the continuing activity, FHI will continue to implement ASA based on the current program framework, while adjusting program strategies and approaches to address the new vision of PEPFAR, as well as lessons learned, funding realities and PEPFAR and USAID policies. The goal of the program will continue to be to contain the STI/HIV/AIDS epidemic by focusing on target populations in 64 districts, predominantly in Java, Sumatera, Riau, and Papua. Goals for target populations include: 1) reducing the incidence of STI/HIV/AIDS in most-at-risk populations (e.g., injecting drug users, female sex workers, clients of sex workers, men who have sex with men and transgenders); and 2) reducing the incidence of STI/HIV/AIDS within the general population of Papua. Technical assistance and capacity building to organizations working with target populations. The Results Package continues to be:

Result Area 1: Increased intervention coverage and use of risk reduction behaviors, practices and services. This will address the issues related to HIV transmission through MARP and their sexual partners.

Result Area 2: Improving Implementing Associations' (IA) ability to self assess and enhance programs. These activities focus on improving the coverage and quality of all program activities through strengthened monitoring and analysis of field activities and aggregated reporting and evaluation upward through the program management structure.

Result Area 3: Strengthening the Institutional Response. In FY2010 this will include assistance to the local AIDS commissions, Ministry of Health and the health service network, and partner NGOs.

Working in collaboration with all partners, FHI's priorities in FY2010 include continued and increased attention to high performing partners, demonstrating best practice models to leverage alternative funding sources, and increased collaboration with TBCAP on emphasizing TB-HIV integration strategies. FHI's primary intervention activities in FY2010 are reducing STI/HIV transmission in commercial sex, reducing HIV transmission among men who have sex with men (MSM), reducing STI/HIV transmission among IDUs, HIV prevention among "positives," strengthening National, Provincial and District AIDS Commissions, strengthening STI/HIV/AIDS Clinical Services, and monitoring and evaluation of programs and results.

In regard to HRH, FHI/ASA does not support pre-service training. However, during 2010 FHI/ASA plans to organize in-service training on "Positive Health, Dignity, and Prevention" for selected case managers and other NGO staff responsible for providing support to PLWHA, utilizing a curriculum developed and piloted last year. The estimated cost of this training is US$15,000.

Subpartners Total: $0
Balai Kesehatan Paru Masyarakat: NA
Yayasan Centre for Studying Milieu Development: NA
Community Based Rehabilitation: NA
Fatayat Nahdlatul Ulama: NA
Gerakan Sehat Masyarakat: NA
Gerakan Sosial, Advokasi, dan Hak Asasi Manusia untuk Gay Surakarta: NA
Himpunan Abiasa: NA
Himpunan Konselor HIV/AIDS: NA
Ikatan Gaya Arema Malang: NA
Institute for Community Development and Social Advocacy: NA
Kelompok Kerja Bina Sehat: NA
Kelompok Kerja Waria Malang Raya Peduli AIDS: NA
Lembaga Swadana Masyarakat: NA
Lembaga Swadana Masyarakat: NA
Lembaga Swadana Masyarakat: NA
Lembaga Peduli AIDS Karya Bhakti: NA
Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengembangan Sumber Daya dan Lingkungan Hidup: NA
Lembaga Solidaritas Perempuan untuk Kemanusiaan & Hak Asasi Manusia (SPEK-HAM): NA
Lembaga Swadana Masyarakat: NA
Lembaga Swadana Masyarakat: NA
Paguyuban Srikandi Pasundan: NA
Perhimpunan Buruh Independen: NA
Perkumpulan Keluarga Berencana Indonesia : NA
Perkumpulan Keluarga Berencana Indonesia : NA
Perkumpulan Keluarga Berencana Indonesia : NA
Perkumpulan Pemberantasan Tuberculosis Indonesia: NA
Perkumpulan Terbatas Peduli Sehat: NA
Persatuan Waria Kota Surabaya: NA
Palang Merah Indonesia Banyuwangi: NA
Pusat Pengkajian dan Pengembangan Masyarakat Nelayan : NA
Puskesmas Putat Jaya Surabaya: NA
Yayasan Bambu Nusantara: NA
Yayasan Bandungwangi: NA
Yayasan Batam Tourist Development Board: NA
Yayasan Bentan Serumpun: NA
Yayasan Gaya Batam: NA
Yayasan Gaya Nusantara: NA
Yayasan Gema Indonesia: NA
Yayasan Genta: NA
Yayasan Gerakan Penanggulangan Narkoba dan Aids: NA
Yayasan Harapan Ibu: NA
Yayasan Insan Hamdani-Bandung Plus Support: NA
Yayasan Inter Medika: NA
Yayasan Karya Peduli Kita: NA
Yayasan KOMPAK: NA
Yayasan Komunikasi Karya Anak Bangsa: NA
Yayasan Kontak: NA
Yayasan Kusuma Buana: NA
Yayasan Media: NA
Yayasan Mitra Sehati: NA
Yayasan Pelayanan Anak dan Keluarga: NA
Yayasan Penguatan Rakyat Pedesaan: NA
Yayasan Resik: NA
Yayasan Solidaritas Perempuan Pekerja Seks: NA
Yayasan Sosial Pengembangan Kawasan Timur: NA
Yayasan Srikandi Sejati: NA
Yayasan Srimersing: NA
Yayasan Suara Nurani: NA
Yayasan Tegak Tegar: NA
Yayasan Usaha Kesejahteraan Ekonomi Masyarakat Desa Indonesia: NA
Key Issues Identified in Mechanism
Addressing male norms and behaviors