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1 TB-HIV POLICY in Indonesia
Sri Kusyuniati Ph.D Sekretariat KPA Nasional

2 AREA OF DISCUSSION Introduction TB-HIV in Prison Map of Problems.


4 Opportunistic Infection Among People Living with HIV and AIDS

5 Prevalence of HIV/AIDS among Adults in Indonesia (2007)

6 Prevalence of TB in Indonesia
Source: Litbangkes Depkes, Survey Prevalensi TB di Indonesia, 2004

7 Prisons provide significant contribution to Virus Dissemination

8 "We can’t fight AIDS unless we do much more to fight TB as well"
Nelson Mandela Bangkok, July 2004


10 WHY FOCUS IN PRISON Significant injecting drug use in prisons: high potential to disseminate HIV virus through sharing needles. Limited quality of life - lack of nutritious food, poor accommodation, bad sanitation and hygiene - worsens health conditions. Densely packed accommodation means increased airborne TB infection. HIV - TB, TB - HIV

11 WHY FOCUS IN PRISON Prisons offer conditions favourable for HIV+ persons to be infected by TB (opportunistic infection) and for TB patients to become HIV positive (through needles). There are many areas outside like inside prison (see map)

12 Prevention of HIV and TB Transmission
Improved living conditions to reduce progression of latent TB infection to active TB. Condom use. STI management. Harm Reduction. VCT access for all TB patients. Sputum testing for all HIV+ persons.

13 Reducing Morbidity and Mortalitily
Early TB case detection and then treatment thru DOTS. Provision of access to ART. HIV and AIDS care during and after TB treatment. Cotrimoxazole prevention therapy.

14 Strengthening Health System
Enhancing collaboration of TB and AIDS programs. Advocacy Mobilizing resources Surveillance Building partnership with PLWHA, NGOs. Establishing effective referral system: prison-puskesmas-hospital Strengthening the health system capacity: collaboration MoH with Dephukham.

15 Intervention MORBIDITY

16 Cross Referral VCT and TB


18 Gaps in National Data on TB/HIV Co-infection :
Prevalence of TB-HIV co-infection. Number of people asking for services to combat co-infection: ART and DOTS. Number of trained counselors in provinces. Condom use in each province. IDUs participating in HR programmes. Treatment success and failure rates, relapses, etc.

19 Gaps in National Data on TB/HIV Co-infection
Such data gaps will affect: Strategies for medication and treatment for co-infection. Effectiveness of referral systems. Planning for numbers of counselors, nurses, doctors needed. Accuracy of estimates of medicines, condom, needles needed, and logistic and distribution system needs.

20 NO CLEAR POLICY TB-HIV issue is not just clinic-related, yet existing policies focus only on clinical issues. There is poor TB-HIV inter-programme coordination: referral systems, strengthening health systems, improving logistics management. No clear plan for cascade training for nurses, doctors, lab-staff, etc.

21 PROPOSE SOLUTION Advocacy for coordinating ministries involves Dephukham, Depkes and KPA for programming and budgeting. More involvement for PLWHAs and NGOs, to obtain their perspective and their provision of direct client access. Set-up a specific institution (formal/informal) for TB-HIV (task force?) - involving all main stakeholders.


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