HIV/AIDS Treatment in Indonesia

Estimated number of people receiving ARV therapy


Number of people on 1st line treatment, 2012


Number of people who switched to 2nd line treatment, 2012


Estimated number of people needing ARV therapy (WHO 2010 guidelines)


Source: Indonesia National AIDS Commission and Global Fund

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, 60.

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