Swasti SempulurSwasti Sempulur is a researcher assistant at Center for Health Policy and Management (CHPM), Faculty of Medicine, Gadjah Mada University. One of her main duty is manage website content on HIV and AIDS policy including regular thematic articles, Community of practice, and up date all events related with CHPM activities. Furthermore, as researcher assistant she also actively engaged in all research conducted by CHPM – AIDS Policy. She is anthropologist with almost 10 years experiences working in HIV and AIDS response in various local and international NGOs. She is well trained in HIV/AIDS specific intervention such as Harm Reduction (HR) program, sexual transmission program particularly for female sex worker sexual and reproductive health on migrant worker program. In addition, she also has experience in other health related program such as Malaria program and strengthening leadership and management capacities for health services delivery. She also has good knowledge on monitoring and evaluating program implementation and experiences in both quantitative and qualitative research. 

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Pertemuan Pemangku Kepentingan HIV dan AIDS

FAST TRACK 90-90-90:

Peran Monitoring dan Evaluasi Dalam Penanggulangan HIV dan AIDS

Pusat Kebijakan dan Manajemen Kesehatan (PKMK) FK UGM

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Pokja Monev Komisi Penanggulangan AIDS Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta

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Strategi Fast Track: End AIDS by 2030 oleh UNAIDS mewacanakan bahwa epidemi AIDSakan berakhirpada tahun 2030.Dengan target tersebut, diharapkan AIDStidak lagi menjadi ancaman bagi kesehatan masyarakat karenapenyebaran HIV dapatdikendalikan serta dampak HIV dalam kehidupan masyarakat dapat dikurangi dandiatasi. Dengan demikian, harapan hidup dan produktivitas ODHA meningkat,serta biaya yang dikeluarkan karena dampak HIV pun dapat dikurangi. Dalam konteks Indonesia, bentuk respon dari strategi Fast Track yang dikembangkan oleh UNAIDS tersebut, salah satunya melalui program Fast Track Jakarta City ending AIDS epidemic 2020.Kementerian Kesehatan juga telah menyusun road map (peta jalan) agar upaya penanggulangan HIV dan AIDS kedepan dapat berjalan dengan baik melalui perluasan akses untuk tes, pengobatan ARV dan monitoring keberhasilan pengobatan.Peta jalan ini merupakan upaya percepatan menuju getting to zero tahun 2030 melalui inisiatif yang dikenal sebagai 90-90-90 atau fast track program.Beberapa target capaian yang telah disusun dalam peta jalan tersebut yaitu, tahun 2016 percepatan pelaksanaan skrining HIV dan sifilis pada ibu hamil; tahun 2019 ditargetkan 90% populasi kunci mengetahui status infeksinya, seluruh bayi yang lahir dari ibu HIV positif dilakukan pemeriksaan EID (Early Infant Diagnostic Test); tahun 2020 ditargetkan eliminasi HIV, sifilis dan hepatitis pada bayi (tripel eliminasi), sehingga pada tahun 2027 ditargetkandapat tercapai 90% populasi kunci mengetahui statusnya, 90% ODHA tetap minum ARV, dan 90% ODHA tersupresi jumlah virus HIVnya. Pada tahun 2030 diharapkan tidak ada lagi infeksi baru HIV, tidak ada lagi kematian karena HIV-AIDS dan tidak ada lagi diskriminasi terhadap ODHA di Indonesia. 

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Ita PerwiraIta Perwira is a researcher at Center for Health Policy and Management (CHPM), Faculty of Medicine, Gadjah Mada University. She is a medical doctor with seven years professional experiences in various NGOs and other international organizations, particularly in public health and community development sector. She just completed her Master’s in Public Health on a full scholarship from NZAid at the University of Auckland’s Population Health Department. She also has Master in Epidemiology from University of Indonesia’s Public Health Department. She has a good knowledge on NGO/CSO terms including project design, direct management, monitoring & evaluation, and closeout program, with special emphasis on health especially in HIV/AIDS, maternal and child health and TB; and also education and community development. She has experiences in both qualitative and quantitative research, including the development of project design/management of health impact, and other technical evaluations.

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Chrysant Lily KusumowardoyoChrysant Lily Kusumowardoyo (Lily) is one of the researchers at the Center for Health Policy and Management (CHPM), Faculty of Medicine, Gadjah Mada University Yogyakarta. She is particularly involved at the research project funded by the Australia – Indonesia Partnership for HIV (AIPH), which investigates the level of integration between HIV and AIDS policy/programming and the health system in Indonesia. As a recipient of StuNed Scholarship 2005/06, she studied at the Institute of Social Studies (ISS) Erasmus University The Hague, and completed her MA in Development Studies with major on Gender and Development. Her graduate research was on the right-based approach to sexuality education, where she studied the experience and views of Indonesian parents and adolescents in the Netherlands who were exposed to such approach.

Since 2007, Lily has been workingat several international development organizations both in Indonesia and overseas. From her working experiences in various settings, Lily has built a niche expertise in training, mentoring, and program management within the context of development, particularly in the areas of gender, child welfare, and volunteer management. On the latter issue, she has facilitated training for the United Nations Volunteers, Komnas Perempuan, and the Ministry of Youth and Sports (among others). Lily has a wide range of interest, but she is passionate on expanding her knowledge in health policy issues.

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