Implementing 100% Condom Use Policies in Indonesia: A Case Study of Two Districts in Jakarta
|Health Policy Initiative, Task Order 1|
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Given that the Indonesian National HIV/AIDS Strategy has been updated recently and that prevention remains a priority endorsed at the highest levels of national government, why have so few local municipalities, especially in highly affected provinces, taken steps to pass appropriate legislation and develop operational guidelines? How and why have some districts or municipalities succeeded in getting legislation approved? Which factors influenced the development and implementation of 100% condom-use programs at a local level?
HPI conducted a case study of two municipalities located within the Special Province of Jakarta: West Jakarta, where a municipal decree (Surat Keputusan, SK) has been endorsed, and East Jakarta, where an SK has not been endorsed.
This paper presents the results of interviews conducted for the case studies, thus providing a more nuanced understanding of the environment within which local actors interpret the program; and also presents some theoretical perspectives that might frame efforts to reduce disagreement about the program.
|Document Type:||Technical Reports: Country|
|No. of Pages:||26|
|Keywords:||Advocacy, Operational Policy, Policy Formulation, Policy Implementation, HIV/AIDS, Prevention, MARPs (IDU, SW, MSM), Case Studies|