“No one Left Behind”
Increasing the quality of life for people living with HIV including ensuring people living with HIV can access treatment in any situation including a health crisis or disaster situation. JQR (JIP Quick Response or JIP Respon Cepat), a division of the Positive Indonesia Network (JIP), moves to disaster locations to ensure people with HIV who are affected by the disaster can still access ARV treatment.
Holding the media as a partner who can play a role in promoting important HIV-related issues through information dissemination is also an important part of what JIP does to address and ensuring no one left behind on HIV response.
Through the “Advocate4Health” program supported by USAID, one of the programs carried out by JIP, JIP is collaborating with the Ministry of Health, Provincial/District Health Office and Health Services to ensure access to treatment for people with HIV
Voicing important issues for people living with HIV needs in regional and international forums is an effective step to convince the government and donors to commit to continue to support and allocate funds for HIV programs.