POLICY AND IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES TO CONTROL TRANSMISSION OF HIV / AIDS
Background: Indonesia is becoming the fourth state as an endemic area of HIV / AIDS with numbers increasing from year to year. To prevent the spread of HIV / AIDS, the Indonesian government issued a policy No. 21 of 2013 to combat the spread of HIV / AIDS. This study aims to perform an analysis of policy and implementation issues in addressing HIV / AIDS cases and barriers affect the success of the policy.
Materials and Methods: Using review from literature data from the journal published or unpublished reports, documents, government regulation, and surveillance data from the Ministry of Republic Indonesia.
Result: Results of this study is the policy of prevention of transmission of HIV / AIDS in Indonesia is still not running properly. Barriers that occur in the form of persistence legal dilemma in the case of HIV / AIDS-related determination of the need to protect others
Conclusion: The control program of HIV / AIDS is not enough to be implemented by health personnel alone but should also involve other sectors, society or community, especially as key populations and the roles and responsibilities of government.
Keywords: Analysis Policy, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Acquired
Immuno Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Implementation