• Stakeholder analysis of HIV/AIDS stigma challenges in Indonesia

    Author(s):
    Rhino Akbarinaldi (see profile)
    Date:
    2022
    Subject(s):
    Politics and government, Public health
    Item Type:
    Essay
    Tag(s):
    public policy, stakeholders, Governance
    Permanent URL:
    https://doi.org/10.17613/jfdq-rg89
    Abstract:
    Since the first case of HIV reported at 1987, HIV infections keep rising in the key affected population. They are sensitive to the stigma and disclosure issues which may reduce their engagement with the HIV care services. This paper will identify who is the stakeholders from HIV/AIDS stigma challenges in Indonesia by stakeholders mapping from Harrison and Thompson (2015) and the interest versus influence matrix. This paper argues that the AIDS commission in national and local level are having the highest power to influence the stigma issue while the key affected population and supportive communities, regardless their high interest, are having the lowest power to influence the issue. As these stakeholders are inter-related to one another, strategies are needed to shift their position and the stigma issue doesn’t obstruct HIV/AIDS care services for the key affected population.
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