Funding for National HIV/AIDS Initiatives

Investment in HIV/AIDS: US$ 69,146,880 (2010)

-Government: US$ 27,779,280

Indonesia’s total investment in AIDS increased from 27% in 2006 to 40% in 2010 of total spending

-International (includes Global Fund, USAID, the UK, AusAID): US$ 41,367,600

Source: Indonesian National AIDS Commission, "Republic of Indonesia Country Report on the Follow up to the Declaration of Commitment On HIV/AIDS (UNGASS) Reporting Period 2010-2011", March 2012.



Source: Indonesian National AIDS Commission, "The Response to HIV and AIDS In Indonesia 2006-2011: Report on 5 Years Implementation of Presidential Regulation No. 75/2006 on the National AIDS Commission", October 2011, p 43.

Government Funding


Source: Indonesian National AIDS Commission, "The Response to HIV and AIDS In Indonesia 2006-2011: Report on 5 Years Implementation of Presidential Regulation No. 75/2006 on the National AIDS Commission", October 2011, p 68.


Funding from the Global Fund


Source: Indonesian National AIDS Commission, "The Response to HIV and AIDS In Indonesia 2006-2011: Report on 5 Years Implementation of Presidential Regulation No. 75/2006 on the National AIDS Commission", October 2011, p 72.


Global Fund disbursements, 2003-2011

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

US$ 33,662,175

US$ 25,881,086

US$ 21,666,015

US$ 10,907,278

 

US$ 15,706,376

US$ 9,901,202

US$ 1,564,693

US$ 936,403


"Indonesia," Global Fund, October 9, 2012.

According to the Global Fund, disbursements for 2012 will be significantly less than in 2011. Data coming shortly.



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